During recent days, the Trump administration has found itself embroiled in controversy over President Trump’s recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital. The United States had to veto a measure in the U. N. Security Council that criticized the unilateral decision the administration took on Jerusalem. Plus, the administration suffered an embarrassing rebuke by the U. N. General Assembly when a resolution passed overwhelmingly demanding that all states comply with the Security Council’s resolutions regarding Jerusalem. While all this has been going on, a possible star of the future has emerged for the Republican Party in the person of United Nations Ambassador Nikki Haley.
Ambassador Haley has been seen by many as a tough, no nonsense fighter for President Trump’s agenda at the U. N. Haley was governor of South Carolina before her posting at the U. N. She was the first women as well as the first person of Indian American descent to hold that office. Haley has been thought of as a possible vice presidential nominee in both 2012 and 2016. She really took her first steps onto the national scene in the wake of the horrific Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church shooting in 2015. Her leadership during that time was commendable and she signed the historic legislation that removed the confederate flag from the capital grounds in the wake of the tragedy. With her emergence in recent days on the world stage a question has come to mind: Will Ambassador Haley become our first female president?
This CNN video gives a brief biography of Nikki Haley when she was chosen to be the United Nations Ambassador:
Will Ambassador Haley be the country’s first female president? Does she have all of the qualifications needed to attain that office? Or, will her association with the current administration prevent her from ever being president?
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