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Nikki Haley Would Be a Wonderful President One Day

Nikki Haley Would Be a Wonderful President One Day
Nikki Haley, the United States Ambassador to the United Nations, smiles during a meeting with U.S. President Donald Trump in the Oval office of the White House October 9, 2018, in Washington, D.C. (Olivier Douliery/AFP/Getty Images)

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Tuesday, 16 October 2018 02:59 PM Current | Bio | Archive

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On the political playing field that is Republican politics, two women stand out for their leadership and compassion in the international arena. Both of these women are of color including former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice and Nikki Haley, our current Ambassador to the United Nations. Their presence belies the mislabeling of the Republican Party as racist and anti-female. Both have told sexists and racists without reservation to put a lid on it for we are more than that and have shouldered the banner for equality when others didn’t support its Civil Rights dating to the first such act in 1866.

Nikki Haley’s seemingly sudden resignation from her role as the United States Ambassador to the United Nations has flabbergasted many for she was found fair and balanced in her approach by the establishment Republicans and Democrats as well as those on the international front. She is one of the most effective messengers for what the Trump Administration is trying to accomplish relative to foreign policy. Haley has ascended from her home state of South Carolina fully embracing who she is as a southerner, practicing Methodist Christian who still engages her Sikh religion and doesn’t shy away from her roots in India.

As our 29th U.S. UN Ambassador, Haley helped bring the message to North Korean leadership that they are expected to come into the fold seeking peace or remain isolated from exchanges with the industrialized world with trade so affected. Her stand with President Trump in support of recognizing Jerusalem as the site of our Israeli Embassy as well as capital for that nation will long be remembered. She has served this nation well and with distinction. During her tenure with President Trump, the haranguing terrorist threats have lessened.

As the 116th Governor of South Carolina and a former member of the South Carolina House of Representatives, Haley was the first female governor of South Carolina, and the second Indian-American to serve as a governor in the United States. She fought for smaller government, lower taxes, and increased economic development through the expansion of businesses which enhanced that state's employment options. But what caught the eyes and hearts of many was her stand in a moment of crisis after the massacre of Charleston black congregational members by a racial terrorist. She called for the removal of the Confederate flag from that state’s capitol and grounds. In so doing she moved the flag without destroying a vital part of southern history which demands to be remembered if we are to prevent such a recurrence.

Watching Michael Haley, her husband return as a Captain in the U.S. Army National Guard where he served an overseas tour, the strain of separation while operating in the international theater was written all over her face. Unlike most men with government roles, the responsibility of being the primary care giver and in this case financial provider isn’t all that easy. The banter of sexual assaults and the #metoo discourse was not far from her personal space for as an attractive woman she found herself too often the victim of unproven gossip which periodically resurfaces. Her first gentleman has stood faithfully by her side.

Did Haley step down to prepare for a presidential run, to restore her personal treasury, or inject some sanity in her life by term limiting herself will never be known. Her speeches reveal a depth of understanding of human conditions; her leadership has been outstanding most often producing consensus. Participating in Town Halls with her, she is upright and forthright about the possibility for government to do good as well as getting citizens to also appreciate its limitations.

If Nikki Haley wants to run for president or get involve with citizens in a larger forum, she has my vote. She would one day be a wonderful choice as president of the USA as well as our first woman in that role.

Ada M. Fisher, MD, MPH is a licensed teacher, retired Corporate physician, former county school board member, speaker, author of Common Sense Conservative Prescriptions Good for What Ails Us Book 1 (available through Amazon. com) and is the NC Republican National Committeewoman. Contact through DrAdaMFisher.org. To read more of Dr. Fisher's reports, Click Here Now.

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If Nikki Haley wants to run for president or get involve with citizens in a larger forum, she has my vote. She would one day be a wonderful choice as president of the USA as well as our first woman in that role.
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