On Friday night, at Turning Point USA’s Young Women’s Leadership Summit in Dallas, Texas, former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations, Nikki Haley, spoke at the YWLS banquet.
Haley spoke to the banquet attendees about fixing tariffs with Mexico, and thus halting illegal immigration through the Southern Border under President Donald Trump’s new policy.
The former Ambassador claims that every President has a different stance on foreign policy, and President Trump’s policy is getting back what is unfairly taken from the United States in foreign trade deals such as in Mexico and China.
“We needed to do this because it was time to let them know that we weren’t going to sit back anymore. We weren’t going to let them have their way anymore”
Haley argued that President Trump had the right to make Mexico uncomfortable and that reaching this deal is a sign that we are making a step in the right direction on behalf of the United States, and that this is a working method.
According to Breitbart News, when asked about the President’s personal character and working with him, Haley said: “Just to let you know what it was like: Everybody said, ‘How did you get out of the administration and not have any issues?’ And it honestly was that I just told the President the truth, and I think what people don’t understand is, he really does listen, and he was very respectful.”
She continued on to discuss the lack of left leaning media coverage of the accomplishments of the Trump Administration, saying that impeachment for the Mueller Investigation is yet another distraction.
These distractions juxtapose the quality economic numbers and low unemployment rates under the Trump Administration; Haley agrees that President Trump is working hard for the American people.
“And everybody feels it,” said Haley, “because at the end of the day, people vote with their quality of life and their wallets. If those things are good, then they want it to stay on the same path.”
Former Ambassador Haley delivered a powerful banquet speech at the Turning Point USA event that served as an inspiration to over 1,400 young conservative women.