Nikki Haley is Trump’s ambassador to the United Nations. In that role, she has made it clear that she cares about the interests of America and its allies. She was also a successful governor in South Carolina. For these reasons and more, many people believe this Republican will someday be America’s first female president.
FOX News reports:
Will Nikki Haley be America’s first female president?
Democrats are trying to stack the deck with female candidates for the 2020 presidential race, desperate for a do-over of Hillary Clinton’s failed 2016 attempt to put a woman in the Oval Office for the first time. But if President Trump continues to have the kind of success for the American people in the next three years that he’s had in his first year in office, it’s doubtful that 2020 will see the first female president.
In fact, it’s becoming more plausible that when our country does elect its first female president, that woman may very well be Republican Nikki Haley.
As U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, Haley’s handling of recent events set her apart as a rising star. Her performance has shown that she has what it takes on the international stage to represent America abroad. Like the president, she refuses to let the U.S. to be bullied by other countries…
Haley was a successful two-term governor of South Carolina. She especially won praise for bridging the racial divide in the aftermath of the mass shooting at Emanuel AME Church in Charleston, when nine black church members were gunned down by an avowed white supremacist.
Haley still has plenty of time to further define herself as a candidate. Who knows? She would make a great running mate for Mike Pence in 2024.