US ambassador for UN suddenly resigned from her position on Tuesday


Nikki Haley Nikki Haley - United States Ambassador Nikki Haley for the United Nations (UN) suddenly resigned on Tuesday, October 9, 2018.


Her decision made a number of US officials shocked, Foreign Minister Mike Pompeo and several US caretakers did not hear from Haley or the White House would be effective resignation at the end of the year.


President Trump and Haley did not provide specific reasons for the shocking move as they sat together during a White House meeting on Tuesday, where they praised each other and Haley insisted she did not have presidential ambitions on 2020.


"I have given everything I have for the past eight years" he said, referring to six years as South Carolina governor and two years at the United Nations. "I think it's good to rotate to others who can put the same energy and power into it" Haley added.


Trump is called Haley, who in 2016 first supported Marco Rubio and then Ted Cruz for the presidency, a very special person for him who during their joint appearance.


"She did a fantastic job, and we have done fantastic work together. We have solved many problems, and we are in the process of solving many problems" said the Supreme Commander.


"In the beginning, North Korea was a big problem. And now we are moving together. It moves very well," he said.


The possibility of replacing the then-named president includes Dina Powell, a Goldman Sachs executive and Trump's former national security adviser, and US Ambassador to Germany Richard Grenell.


On that occasion Haley praised President Trump's First Daughter. Ivanka Trump and her husband, Jared Kushner, whom Haley refers to as hidden geniuses that no one understands.


An official noted that Trump and Haley first talked about her resignation about six months ago, shortly after Pompeo and National Security Adviser John Bolton were appointed.


Haley has expressed frustration that her voice has sunk when both become an aggressive new face of Trump's foreign policy, the official said.


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