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Nikki Haley, President of Trump’s former Ambassador to the United Nations, seemed to be annoyed behavior of her former boss, after he responded to news that one of its public enemies was robbed.
President Trump had tweeted that Cummings’ robbery is the “really bad news!” “Too bad!”, he cried. Haley replied with a eye roll emoji, and by specifying, “This is so unnecessary.”
White House senior adviser Kelly Anne Conway, the President told Haley that her tweet was, in fact, defends the “unnecessary.”
“THIS is so unnecessary Trump-PENCE2020,” she tweeted on Friday. Their tweets were followed by days of controversy to Trump, his criticism of the Cummings, and the way the President of the Maryland Congress of deputies, the city of Baltimore described.
NIKKI HALEY SLAMS REARED ‘DISGUSTING’ SILENCE FROM THE DEMS AFTER THE MEXICAN FLAG
Cummings, confirmed on Friday that a obviously, a burglar tried to break into his house.
“A single person tried to access to my residence at about 3:40 A.M. on Saturday, 27. July. I was notified of the intrusion of my security system, and I’m scared the intruder off scream before the person, the entrance into the residential part of the house,” Cummings said.
The break-in came about four hours before the Trump set off a fire storm in the media scoff at mess Cummings’ district as a “disgusting, rats and rodents to infest.”
“If he spent more time in Baltimore, maybe he could help clean up the very dangerous & dirty place,” Trump tweeted. The two feuded for months over Cummings’ investigation of the President.
Congress-safety officers are investigating whether the break-in was a random crime or if there is a threat “nexus” tied to Cummings because of Trump’s comments. But a source with knowledge of the investigation told Fox News that there is “no skullduggery” when asked whether the break-in had no relation to the president’s remarks — which came after the incident.
NIKKI HALEY, PRESIDENT TRUMP, FOR THE RHETORICAL STYLE IN THE MEDIA INTERVIEW, DEFENDED
Haley announced her resignation in October 2017, after a term of office of defense to the President’s comments against the Intensive monitoring.
“Now the US is respected-American. Countries can not do, what we do, but they respect what we do,” she said at the time, citing a number of achievements of the trump administration.
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“The United States are again strong, it is strong, in a way, should have all Americans very proud,” she told reporters. While speculation of a potential 2020 whirled to run for the former South Carolina Governor, you put the kibosh, the opportunity in your resignation letter.
“I expect to speak more to, from time to time about important public issues, but I’m certainly not said to be a candidate for office in the year 2020,” she said.
Fox News’ Adam Shaw, Bradford Betz, and Chad contributed Pergram of this report.