(Paul Mirengoff) Like nearly all conservatives I know, I’ve been impressed by most of Donald Trump’s selections for key posts in his administration. Jeff Sessions, Mike Pompeo, Tom Price, Gen. James Mattis, and Nikki Haley all seem like excellent choices. Show More Summary
For Donald Trump to nominate Nikki Haley—first female governor of South Carolina, second-generation Indian-American, formerly vocal critic of the president-elect’s divisive rhetoric—as his ambassador to the United Nations says very little...Show More Summary
There appear to be two Donald Trump administrations. One is the administration that we can (I think safely) assume was picked by Mike Pence. These are picks that include Betsy DeVos, Nikki Haley, Elaine Chao. The other administration is what we can assume to be the more classic Donald Trump in Wilbur Ross and Stephen Mnuchin. Show More Summary
South Carolina's most powerful politician is refusing to become lieutenant governor — a job no senator seems to want — if Gov. Nikki Haley becomes ambassador to the United Nations. … Click to Continue »
Were it not for the encouraging words of Hillary Clinton, South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley might have never entered politics. The buzzed-about young conservative, Donald Trump’s pick for United Nations ambassador, told the New York Times’ India Ink blog that she saw Clinton give a university lecture more than a decade ago. Show More Summary
Donald Trump is considering asking Mitt Romney to be his Secretary of State. Trump asking Romney aligns in a way with Trump asking Nikki Haley to be his ambassador to the United Nations. Kellyanne Conway has taken it upon herself toShow More Summary
When Donald Trump’s transition team dangled word that potential senior-level officials in his administration include billionaire Betsy DeVos as secretary of education, South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley as U.N. ambassador and former presidential candidate Ben Carson as secretary of housing and urban...
Donald Trump has selected two women for his cabinet: Betsy DeVos as Secretary of Education, and Nikki Haley, as Ambassador to the United Nations. Rumors have it that he's selected Ben Carson as Secretary of Housing and Urban Development or as Health and Human Services Secretary. Show More Summary
Incoming President Donald Trump selects South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley as US Ambassador to the United Nations. Trump appoints Haley, who is the first woman in a top position in his administration. “Governor Haley has a proven track...Show More Summary
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Nikki Haley may have been born in the United States but her extended family back in India is thrilled that the South Carolina governor has been named by U.S. President-elect Donald Trump as ambassador to the United Nations.
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Donald Trump has chosen South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley to be U.N. ambassador and Republicans are treating it as a major appointment, despite not having...
Episode 38. This week we discuss Trump’s decision to not pursue any further investigation of Hillary Clinton, his relationship with the liberal media and how he is rewriting the rules of White House press coverage, Steven Bannon and his connections to the “alt-right” movement, Trump’s latest cabinet appointments, and the leftward tilt of the DNC […]
– Injecting the first diversity into his Cabinet-to-be, Donald Trump selected two Republican women on Wednesday who had unflattering things to say about him during the presidential campaign: South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley to serve as U.S. ambassador to the United Nations and charter school advocate Betsy DeVos to lead the Department of Education. Gov. […]
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Now that South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley has a new job, eyes are on her successor. Lt. Gov. Henry McMaster will be assuming the governorship as Haley prepares to become President-elect Donald Trump’s ambassador to the United Nations. Cue the online biographies for McMaster. A few highlights on his resume include: Army JAG officer, United States Attorney for […]
Doug Heye: Mr. Trump's willingness to nominate someone who sought to defeat him in an important primary state is welcome.
Nikki Haley now becomes Donald Trump’s foreign policy explainer-in-chief to the world, and that’s going to be a very tough job. While Trump will nominate the governor of South Carolina … Click to Continue »
Things are getting a little RINO-ey. I'm hearing complaints about the Bush/Romney crew taking the bulk of the slots in the "insurgent" administration. And I don't just mean the big ones. I mean the positions where important decisions are going...