South Carolina governor Nikki R. Haley has accepted president-elect Donald Trump’s invitation to replace Samantha Power as Washington’s ambassador at United Nations in January 2017.
Nikki (the little one in Punjabi language), 44, was born as Nimrata Randhawa in a Sikh family from India. Her parents first immigrated to Canada and then moved to America. She is the first colored American citizen in all-White Trump administration so far. She married US Army Captain Michael Haley in 1996. The marriage was held in a Methodist church and Sikh Gurdawara. However, after marriage she identifies herself as a Christian and is raising her two kids as Christians. She has visited Golden Temple in Amritsar (India) with her husband (watch video below).
Nikki became a darling of the Organized Jewry when she became the first state Governor to declare the BDS movement illegal. She compared BDS with Nazi tactics.
Nikki supported Netanyahu over P5+1 nuclear agreement with Iran. Haley vowed that her party, if it held the White House, “would make international agreements that were celebrated in Israel and protested in Iran, not the other way around.”
“Now that Trump has seized the presidency, we can expect America’s new UN ambassador to make good on that promise starting in January, upholding a longstanding US tradition of unqualified support for Israel in the international body,” wrote Israeli news website +972 on November 24, 2016.
Nikki’s appointment is hailed by Netanyahu and American traitors like Senators Lindsey Graham and John McCain. “Ms Haley would be a strong voice for UN reforms and stand for US-Israel interests around the world,” tweeted Graham.
Nikki who supported two of Donald Trump GOP opponents, has no previous foreign policy experience. She has been offered the post to whitewash Trump’s known hatred of women and colored people.
In March 2016, Trump scolded Carolina governor for publicly disavowing his views, including on immigration. “The people of South Carolina are embarrassed by Nikki Haley!” Trump wrote.
Palestinian cannot expect any changes in America’s pro-Israel policy at the UN Security Council under Donald Trump administration for sure.