With the new journey of Donald Trump to get the presidential crown in the white house, he is set to gear up to start his presidential empire by electing people from around the states to make a change in the country’s administration.
President-elect Donald Trump has preferred South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley to be the US ambassador to the United Nations, the transition team announced Wednesday.
Haley, who is a daughter of Indian immigrants, has already imprinted out a bequest for herself, serving as her home state’s first female and first minority governor. Haley was once considered to be a potential vice president pick. With her being chosen as U.N. Ambassador will surely make a rich and more powerful profile for her in the political world.
In a statement unconfined Wednesday, Haley said the US “faces enormous challenges” both at home and internationally. She quoted a “sense of duty” in accepting Trump’s offer.
“When the President believes you have a major contribution to make to the welfare of our nation, and to our nation’s standing in the world, that is a calling that is important to heed,” Haley said. “The second is a satisfaction with all that we have achieved in our state in the last six years and the knowledge that we are on a very strong footing.”
In selecting Ms Haley, Mr Trump has selected someone who is well-known within the Republican Party but is less well-known for her views on key foreign strategy subjects. This election has made people realise the worth of America. With Ms Haley being chosen as the new U.N. Ambassador will surely run with some criticism and uncalled appreciation.
If designated by Mr Trump and confirmed by the Senate, Ms Haley, now in her second term as South Carolina governor, would thrive Samantha Power, who has served the United States at the United Nations since 2013.