Former U.S. Ambassador and Retired South Carolina Governor Nicki Haley, who is expected to run for president in 2024, has again turned against President Donald Trump after standing with him throughout his four years in office and now appears to have decided to abandon her allegiance to America First.
In an exclusive interview with left-wing Politico website Friday, Haley, who President Trump appointed as ambassador to the United Nations, said the president “disappointed us” and led the country “the way it should not have been,” saying “America should not have followed him” [או] Listen to him. “
Haley, favored by many in the Republican establishment who oppose the America First movement for the 2024 presidential race, attacked President Trump for daring to condemn former Vice President Mike Pence for not fighting hard against what Trump saw as the mass electoral fraud seen in the November election.
As a reminder, Pence refused to use his constitutional powers to help Congress reject congressional votes from states with issues of electoral integrity, and allowed Democrats to win the election according to President Trump’s followers.
“When I tell you I’m angry, it’s an understatement,” Haley said. “I am so disappointed in the fact [למרות] The loyalty and friendships he had with Mike Pence, that he would do it for him, “she added, saying she was” disgusted “by President Trump.
The former South Carolina governor, who has not spoken to President Trump since the January 6 events at the Capitol, said the president has a “big bully stand” and that his words and actions “since election day will be judged harshly by history.”
Haley was criticized by supporters of President Trump during her tenure as governor of South Carolina, when she decided to remove the Confederate flag hoisted over South Carolina State House in 2015, arguing that “it’s time to do so,” while the flag is “an integral part of our past but does not represent The future of our great country. “
In an interview with Glenn Beck from The Blaze in 2019, she bragged about removing the Confederate flag and claimed that the flag represents “hatred” in the eyes of many people in the country, using the shooting of a black church by the lunatic and murderer Dylan Roof as an excuse to remove it from the Capitol.