Nikki Haley to visit Israel next week

Nikki Haley

Tel Aviv: Republican Party leader and former US presidential candidate Nikki Haley will visit Israel next week.

Nikki will be accompanied on this tour by Israeli member of the Knesset, Danny Danon, who was Israel’s ambassador to the United Nations. Nikki Haley has also served as America’s Ambassador to the United Nations.

During her visit, she will visit southern Israel including Kibbutz Berri and Kfar Aja areas which border Gaza. Here, on October 7 last year, Hamas had killed 1200 people and kidnapped more than 200 people.

Nikki Haley says the October 7 attack was caused by the treatment of Israel by UN institutions.

National Security Advisor (NSA) Robert O’Brien in the Trump administration; Former US Ambassador to UAE and architect of the Abraham Accords John Rakolta and former US Ambassador to Switzerland Ed McMullen also visited Israel a few days ago.

The presence of Trump’s close policy advisors and the visit by Republican leader and Trump’s potential running mate Nikki indicate that Donald Trump and the Republican Party will provide their full support to Israel.

As per a  Guardian Report – Nikki Haley, who emerged as Donald Trump’s most enduring rival and trenchant critic during the Republican primary elections, has said she intends to vote for the former US president in November. Haley was speaking at the Hudson Institute thinktank in Washington on Wednesday, her first public appearance since dropping out of the race in March. She was asked whether Joe Biden or Trump would do a better job on national security issues. The former ambassador to the UN and South Carolina governor ran through a list of priorities when choosing a president, ranging from the need to back allies and hold enemies to account, to supporting capitalism and freedom while reducing the national debt.


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