It won’t come as a surprise if Nikki Haley, U.N. Ambassador, becomes a secretary of state, during Donald Trump’s second term as a President if he wins the election. And rumor has it, she is planning on running for president herself after, in the 2024 elections.
There are a lot of supporting facts to back her up. Here are a few:
From BizPac Review, say that after the U.N has ignored the fact that the United States has the power of veto, it prepared a resolution to “nullify” the Presidents’ decision of recognizing Jerusalem as the capital of Israel. All 15 members, on the UN security council voted in favor of this resolution and urged the U.S to do back off.
Nikki Haley immediately refused their measure, saying that it is an “insult” to America and that a sovereign country “will not be told “ where it can locate its embassy. She said “What we have witnessed here is an insult,” continuing “It won’t be forgotten. It is one more example of the UN doing more harm than good in addressing the Israeli Palestinian conflict.”
From JPost, we have more of her statement
“ Today, for the simple act of deciding where to put its embassy, the United States was forced to defend its sovereignty. The record will reflect that we did so proudly. Today, for acknowledging the basic truth that Jerusalem is the capital of Israel, we are accused of harming peace. The record will reflect that we reject that outrageous claim.”
The U.N ambassador said that a piece process that can be damaged by“the simple recognition” that Jerusalem is Israel’s capital is “not a peace process, it is a justification for an endless stalemate.”
She made it strait that what the United states did, doesn’t set the peace process back. Nikki asked them “What does it gain the Palestinian people for some of their leaders to accuse the US of being hostile to the cause of peace?” She then added that America has helped the Palestinian people, more than any other country, giving them in assistance more then 5 billion dollars since 1994. It funds 30% of the UNWARY budget, which is, as she points out ““vastly more than some of the members of this council who have considerable financial resources of their own.”
She says that it bothers some people, how the United States had the “courage and honesty to recognize a fundamental reality: Jerusalem has been the political, cultural and spiritual homeland of the Jewish people for thousands of years; they have had no other capital city.”
Her support for the Jewish people is one of the most reassuring features of the Trump administration. Today she stood up against 14 members of the security council who voted for an Egyptian-sponsored resolution for the Jerusalem issue. She represented the United States, voting against it.
As she explained “We do it with no joy, but we do it with no reluctance. The fact that this veto is being done in defense of American sovereignty and in defense of America’s role in the Middle East peace process is not a source of embarrassment for us.” pointing out that “It should be an embarrassment for the rest of the Security Council.”
Her persistent attitude backed the statement as she expressed her dedication, promising, “I’ll be blunt,”
“When the American people see a group of countries whose total contributions to the Palestinian people is less than 1 percent of UNRWA’s budget, when they see these countries accuse the United States of being insufficiently committed to peace, the American people lose their patience.”