US AMBASSADOR TO THE UN Nikki Haley had ‘no idea what the UN does’ when President Trump asked her to be US ambassador; she saw Trump as ‘unpredictable’ in negotiations with other countries


Nikki Haley told Trump she had ‘no idea what the UN does’ when he asked her to be US ambassador and then portrayed him as ‘unpredictable’ in negotiations with other countries

U.S. President Donald Trump (C) delivers remarks while hosting ambassadors from the 15 country members of the United Nations Security Council with his Ambassador to the U.N. Nikki Haley in the State Dining Room at the White House April 24, 2017 in Washington, DC. Trump was frank in his opening remarks, saying that Haley had briefed him about each member of the council and he said he liked them all.
(April 23, 2017 – Source: Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images North America)

  • Haley addressed the Council for National Policy in Charlotte on October 4
  • Reporter infiltrated the private conservative conference to relay her remarks
  • Haley spoke five days before she announced her resignation as UN ambassador

KEITH GRIFFITH FOR DAILYMAIL.COM|AIWA! NO!|UN Ambassador Nikki Haley’s remarks to a secretive conservative conference have been revealed.

Haley spoke before the Council for National Policy, a group of a few hundred of the most powerful conservatives in the country, at a conference in Charlotte on October 4 – five days before announcing she would resign.

The conservative gathering was so secretive that organizer Tony Perkins threatened that anyone caught recording would be ‘taken to a room and be forced to watch Rachel Maddow’, according to Harper’s reporter Max Blumenthal, who infiltrated the gathering.

Haley told the crowd that in 2016, when she was initially offered the position of Secratary of State in President Donald Trump‘s administration, but she declined.

Haley said that she told Trump in 2016: ‘Honestly, I don’t even know what the UN does.’ She is seen at the 2016 Republican National Convention