Nikki Haley supports President Trump and his policies. Nikki Haley feels close to Donald Trump and his supporters and is 100% ready to stand for the issues that matter to his following and to Republicans nationwide.
What Does Donald Trump Say about Nikki Haley?
Nikki Haley left the Trump administration for personal reasons on good terms with President Trump. She is one of the few top ranking officers to do so. President Trump praised her for her service as he announced her resignation.
What Does Nikki Haley Say about Donald Trump?
Nikki Haley greatly enjoyed working with President Trump as a member of his cabinet. Though she acknowledges that her leadership style is different from that of Donald Trump, she has been a strong supporter of the president, campaigning hard for President Trump and for conservative causes in 2020.
Like Donald Trump, Nikki Haley holds strong conservative values close to her heart. She cares deeply for working Americans, and has worked to provide high quality, good paying jobs. She is strongly anti-socialism, pro-freedom, and pro-capitalism. In her own words:
Many people don’t realize this, and it needs to be said over and over again: capitalism is the greatest force for ending poverty and lifting up human beings in the history of the world. We have an obligation to remind everyone that if you care about global poverty, if you care about childhood disease, literacy — even the environment — you should support capitalism.
When Has Nikki Haley Disagreed with President Trump?
As a supporter of President Trump, she has also been outspoken about areas where she and the president differ.
In her book, Nikki Haley said that she was “deeply disturbed” by Trump’s statement that there were “very fine people on both sides” of the white supremacist protest in Charlottesville. Nikki Haley criticized Trump for his unclear response to the violence. She has always been clear and vocal in her denunciations of white supremacy, saying “that is not a part of our party.”
Nikki Haley also spoke out against President Donald Trump following the January 6 violence at the U.S. Capitol.
At a the winter meeting of the Republican National Committee, she told her fellow Republicans:
President Trump has not always chosen the right words. He was wrong with his words in Charlottesville, and I told him so at the time. He was badly wrong with his words yesterday. And it wasn’t just his words. His actions since Election Day will be judged harshly by history. …We can and should talk about our major differences. But we must stop turning the American people against each other — and this Republican Party must lead the way.
Should she become President, Nikki Haley will choose her words carefully.
She will lead, as she has in the past, with graceful intention to unite us. Growing up as a minority, she learned to focus on the similarities between people instead of the differences. She learned that when you respect one another and have a discussion, you can achieve anything.