She has also been a star among pro-Israel Republicans for her pledge as UN ambassador to “take names” of countries that go against the US when it backs Israel.
Haley said that Trump will not run for federal office again, and she doesn't believe he could even if he wanted to. "He’s fallen so far," she said.
Secretary of State Antony Blinken and a senior US diplomat in Geneva announced on Monday that Washington has returned to the UN Human Rights Council as an observer.
The PAC's website notes that it will focus on supporting candidates who firmly oppose specific policies, including reversing the recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's capital.
The virtual summit will be held in Partnership with the Jerusalem Post under the title - DiploTech Global Summit 2020: Israeli Innovation, Our Collective Future.
No wonder her appointment caused then-Israeli ambassador to the UN Danny Danon to cheer, and Permanent Observer of Palestine to the United Nations Riyad Mansour to flinch.
Haley harshly criticized Obama-era foreign policies in relation to US-Israel ties, the Jerusalem embassy move, and votes in the UN on anti-Israel resolutions.
The former UN ambassador said that China is the number one threat to the US and that many US leaders have been naive about it, including former president Barack Obama and vice president Biden.
He "guaranteed" that Trump with throw Pence "under the bus" due to his handling of the coronavirus, saying that the task is an unwinnable battle for the vice president.