US presidential candidate Nikki Haley takes a jibe at ‘bad guys’ Pakistan: ‘Not of the world…’
Republican presidential candidate Nikki Haley said that if elected to power in 2024, she would significantly change US foreign policy because the country “cannot be the ATM of the world.”
The Indian-American Republican leader tweeted, “A weak America pays the bad guys: hundreds of millions to Pakistan, Iraq and Zimbabwe last year alone. A strong America will not be the world’s ATM.” Nikki Haley also criticized China in an interview to Fox News, saying, ‘We can’t buy friends. China will notice that we are paying attention. Why are we giving them money for the environment? It’s just nonsensical.
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“We shouldn’t give them 1 percent. The idea that we give it to Iraq and they use it for uranium proxies that send death to America… The idea that we give it to Zimbabwe and they most The anti-Americans are African countries. We’re giving it to Cuba, and we label them state-sponsored terror. Why are we doing this?
Nikki Haley has previously served as the US Ambassador to the United Nations and as the Governor of South Carolina. In an op-ed for the New York Post, she said she would “cut foreign aid every cent to countries that hate us. A strong America doesn’t pay bad guys. Proud America wastes our people’s hard earned money.” And the only leaders who deserve our trust are the ones who stand up to our enemies and stand by our friends.
Nikki Haley is the first Indian-American woman from the Republican Party to contest the US presidential election.