Nikki Haley, the one-time Republican governor of South Carolina and former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations, is no longer in public life. But if a recent visit to a high school near her hometown is any indication, the public isn’t done with her.
The 47-year-old married mother of two has a new book, “With All Due Respect” (St. Martin’s Press), recounting both her tenure in the Trump administration, and her journey from small town Bamberg, S.C., to the world stage.
She told “CBS Evening News” anchor Norah O’Donnell that she dislikes being described as “ambitious.”
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WNU Editor: Quoting Nikki Haley …. “Kelly and Tillerson confided in me that when they resisted the president, they weren’t being insubordinate, they were trying to save the country”. If this is true, all that I can say is that they were being insubordinate. If you disagree with an elected President who has a mandate to govern, you do not undermine him. You resign.
Nikki Haley claims top aides tried to recruit her to ‘save the country’ by undermining Trump — The Washington Post
Nikki Haley claims Kelly and Tillerson thought they were saving the country by resisting Trump — CNBC
Nikki Haley claims John Kelly and Rex Tillerson asked her to defy Trump in order to ‘save the country’ from the inside — Business Insider
Haley: Top Trump aides tried to get me to undermine him — The Hill
Nikki Haley reveals Tillerson, Kelly privately discussed resisting Trump: ‘It was offensive’ — FOX News
Nikki Haley says Rex Tillerson claimed people would die if Trump was unchecked — Axios