Haley’s break with Trump puts her at the front of the GOP’s potential presidential pack for moderate conservatives, including pro-Israel Jews
“We flatly reject Senator Sanders’ smears of AIPAC and will attend its Policy Conference in greater numbers than ever before.”
‘In Hollywood, Wonder Woman is Gal Gadot; in the real world, it is Nikki Haley.’
Nikki Haley, conservative American politician, former UN Ambassador and beloved celebrity in Israel, recently visited the Western Wall.
For almost two years as America’s Permanent Representative to the United Nations, Haley spoke directly to Republican Jews.
“I know that the President will nominate a formidable replacement for Ambassador Haley. That replacement will not be me.”
For the vast majority of the Jewish community both in the Diaspora and in Israel, the mother of dragons, aka U.S. Ambassador Nikki Haley, meant hope.
With no daylight between Nikki Haley and President Trump, there’s not much chance she would beat him if she chose to run against him in 2020.
“What I’ve done working with him on the Middle East Peace Plan — it is so unbelievably well done,” she said.
Haley’s detestable self-promotion and adulation to Israel’s right, as the “new sheriff in town,” took her to stardom at the expense of Palestinians.