Opinion| Mark Sidney| ICYMI| Do you remember when someone claiming to be highly placed in the Trump administration wrote that OpEd for the New York Times which essentially called for an internal coup against Trump?
Well, we remember and we now may have a better idea of who it was.
Trump appointed, Former Ambassador to The United Nations, Nikki Haley, has a new book, “With All Due Respect’, and in it she apparently drops some bombshells.
Hailey, who was known for her no nonsense treatment of the United Nations General Assembly, left the service of the White House last year, causing many to speculate about her personal involvement in the ongoing efforts to remove President Trump from office.
Now Haley is going on the record to allege that both President Trump’s Chief of Staff, John Kelly (a man who was widely accused of trying to keep Trump from accessing information counter to the M-S-M narrative) and globalist poster child, former Exxonmobil CEO, former Secretary of State under Trump and and President Trump’s worst personnel decision (bedsides John Bolton … and Jeff Sessions) tried to recruit Haley to join their establishment coup against President Trump.
The Gateway Pundit asks: Apparently, she never mentioned this to the president or his administration.
So why not? Whose side was she on?
And what made them think that she would be open to this?
Via Jack Posobiec.”
Why didn’t Haley think to mention this at the time? https://t.co/RxviQfaBpF
— Jack Posobiec (@JackPosobiec) November 10, 2019
If you recall Haley left team Trump shortly there after, so it does beg the question, did she say yes?
Via Business Insider:
Former US ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley alleges that two of President Trump’s senior advisers tried to recruit her to secretly undermine the administration from the inside.
In her explosive new memoir, Haley claims former Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and former White House Chief of Staff John F. Kelly attempted to bring her in to subvert the president, according to The Washington Post which obtained the book prior to its release.
Haley refused their attempts to convince her to “save the country,” noting Tillerson and Kelly were suspicious of and threatened by her relationship with the president. During her time in the administration, Haley demonstrated an “obligation to carry out [Trump’s] wishes since he was the one elected by voters,” wrote Washington Post reporter Anne Gearan.
“Kelly and Tillerson confided in me that when they resisted the president, they weren’t being insubordinate, they were trying to save the country,” Haley wrote in “With All Due Respect.”
I do not know how much I trust Haley, what do you think?