Hillary Clinton Is an Inspiration to Nikki Haley


In a 2012 interview with the New York Times, Nikki Haley said, “The reason I actually ran for office is because of Hillary Clinton.” (New York Times, 4/4/12)


Instead of Finding a Peaceful Solution to the Ukraine-Russia War, Haley Has Supported Sending More American Fighter Planes to Fuel the War 


Haley gave an interview on FOX News and said the United States should get “Ukraine what they’ve asked for, which is those planes.” (Tweet, 4/28/22)


She also admitted the Ukraine invasion “never would have happened” under President Trump: "As much as everybody wants to talk about what he says, what I look at is what he did. He sanctioned Russia. He expelled diplomats. He shut off Nord Stream 2. He built up our military, and he made us energy independent. All of those things countered Putin and countered Russia. This never would have happened under Trump." (Meet the Press interview, 3/6/22)


Haley is Weak on Immigration and Does Not Support a Border Wall 


She has been critical of ending birthright citizenship and building a wall along the Mexican border. (USA Today opinion, 9/5/15)


HALEY: “Legal Immigrants are more patriotic than most Americans these days.” (Dom Giordano Show, 9/8/22)


Haley defended Barack Obama when President Trump criticized the former president on weak immigration policies that puts Americans at risk. (CNN, 1/13/16) 


Haley’s deputy at the United Nations is a Never Trumper and helped Mark Zuckerberg create his open borders lobbying group. (Breitbart, 4/17/18)


The group “serves as an open borders lobbying group for Silicon Valley’s tech conglomerates. FWD.usis a pro-amnesty, pro-foreign labor organization funded by the elites of Silicon Valley – including Zuckerberg, Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates, and former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer.”


Haley Supported Paul Ryan’s Plan for Entitlement Reform, Threatening Medicare and Social Security


Haley “praised Ryan’s Medicare proposal at the time and said lawmakers should examine Medicare and Social Security spending to address federal debt.” (Washington Post, 2/9/23)


“What they need to be doing is looking at entitlements,” Haley said in a 2010 interview on Fox News. “Look at Social Security. Look at Medicaid. Look at Medicare. Look at these things, and let’s actually go to the heart of what is causing government to grow, and tackle that.”


In a tweet highlighting a news article about Social Security costs, Haley wrote, “the pandemic is expected to weigh on the financial condition of Social Security” and that it is “time for Congress to start cutting not spending.” (Twitter, 4/23/20)


Haley Flip Flops On 2024 Race


An Associated Press reporter asked if she would support the former President if he chooses to run again. She bluntly responded, “yes.” (Breitbart, 4/12/21)


HALEY: “I would not run if President Trump ran.” (Tweet, 4/12/21)