Trump refused to name Nikki Haley Secretary of State because of her skin, book claims

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Peter Kavinsky

Former UN Ambassador Nikki Haley was rejected for the post of US Secretary of State during the Trump administration because of a “complexion problem”, a new book claims.

in the book of the New Yorkerby Susan Glasser and The New York Times’ Pedro Baker, The Dividerthe pair report that people close to the former president described Donald Trump discussing the possibility of selecting Haley for several key positions in his administration, potentially including his vice president.

But in a conversation about the possibility of nominating her to serve as secretary of state, Trump reportedly made negative comments about Haley’s physical appearance, apparently referring to the former governor and ambassador’s face looking rosy in some of his many appearances. in the media.

According to the book, Trump told then-Chief of Staff John Kelly that “the real reason [she was not selected] were the spots on her cheeks.”

“She’s not good for me. She has this skin problem,” Trump said, adding, “It doesn’t look good.”

The comments are just one of many instances where the former president has been accused or heard of making derogatory remarks about women based on their appearance. The history of such Trump comments goes back long before he was elected president in 2016, when the infamous “Access Hollywood” tape was released.

Haley would serve as Trump’s ambassador to the United Nations from January 2017 to December 2018. She broke up with her former boss on a number of issues, most notably on January 6, though she didn’t go as far as some conservatives. party wing such as former Speaker of the House Paul Ryan and endorsed Republicans who supported the president’s impeachment. She did, however, support those who criticized Trump after the attack on Congress.

In recent weeks, the former governor and ambassador has been in Georgia, campaigning for Senate candidate Herschel Walker, while ensuring her own national profile remains relevant. The 50-year-old conservative is considered a likely candidate for the 2024 GOP presidential nomination, particularly if Donald Trump chooses not to launch a third presidential bid.

Former UN Ambassador Nikki Haley was rejected for the post of US Secretary of State during the Trump administration because of a “complexion problem”, a new book claims.

in the book of the New Yorkerby Susan Glasser and The New York Times’ Pedro Baker, The Dividerthe pair report that people close to the former president described Donald Trump discussing the possibility of selecting Haley for several key positions in his administration, potentially including his vice president.

But in a conversation about the possibility of nominating her to serve as secretary of state, Trump reportedly made negative comments about Haley’s physical appearance, apparently referring to the former governor and ambassador’s face looking rosy in some of his many appearances. in the media.

According to the book, Trump told then-Chief of Staff John Kelly that “the real reason [she was not selected] were the spots on her cheeks.”

“She’s not good for me. She has this skin problem,” Trump said, adding, “It doesn’t look good.”

The comments are just one of many instances where the former president has been accused or heard of making derogatory remarks about women based on their appearance. The history of such Trump comments goes back long before he was elected president in 2016, when the infamous “Access Hollywood” tape was released.

Haley would serve as Trump’s ambassador to the United Nations from January 2017 to December 2018. She broke up with her former boss on a number of issues, most notably on January 6, though she didn’t go as far as some conservatives. party wing such as former Speaker of the House Paul Ryan and endorsed Republicans who supported the president’s impeachment. She did, however, support those who criticized Trump after the attack on Congress.

In recent weeks, the former governor and ambassador has been in Georgia, campaigning for Senate candidate Herschel Walker, while ensuring her own national profile remains relevant. The 50-year-old conservative is considered a likely candidate for the 2024 GOP presidential nomination, particularly if Donald Trump chooses not to launch a third presidential bid.

Former UN Ambassador Nikki Haley was rejected for the post of US Secretary of State during the Trump administration because of a “complexion problem”, a new book claims.

in the book of the New Yorkerby Susan Glasser and The New York Times’ Pedro Baker, The Dividerthe pair report that people close to the former president described Donald Trump discussing the possibility of selecting Haley for several key positions in his administration, potentially including his vice president.

But in a conversation about the possibility of nominating her to serve as secretary of state, Trump reportedly made negative comments about Haley’s physical appearance, apparently referring to the former governor and ambassador’s face looking rosy in some of his many appearances. in the media.

According to the book, Trump told then-Chief of Staff John Kelly that “the real reason [she was not selected] were the spots on her cheeks.”

“She’s not good for me. She has this skin problem,” Trump said, adding, “It doesn’t look good.”

The comments are just one of many instances where the former president has been accused or heard of making derogatory remarks about women based on their appearance. The history of such Trump comments goes back long before he was elected president in 2016, when the infamous “Access Hollywood” tape was released.

Haley would serve as Trump’s ambassador to the United Nations from January 2017 to December 2018. She broke up with her former boss on a number of issues, most notably on January 6, though she didn’t go as far as some conservatives. party wing such as former Speaker of the House Paul Ryan and endorsed Republicans who supported the president’s impeachment. She did, however, support those who criticized Trump after the attack on Congress.

In recent weeks, the former governor and ambassador has been in Georgia, campaigning for Senate candidate Herschel Walker, while ensuring her own national profile remains relevant. The 50-year-old conservative is considered a likely candidate for the 2024 GOP presidential nomination, particularly if Donald Trump chooses not to launch a third presidential bid.

Former UN Ambassador Nikki Haley was rejected for the post of US Secretary of State during the Trump administration because of a “complexion problem”, a new book claims.

in the book of the New Yorkerby Susan Glasser and The New York Times’ Pedro Baker, The Dividerthe pair report that people close to the former president described Donald Trump discussing the possibility of selecting Haley for several key positions in his administration, potentially including his vice president.

But in a conversation about the possibility of nominating her to serve as secretary of state, Trump reportedly made negative comments about Haley’s physical appearance, apparently referring to the former governor and ambassador’s face looking rosy in some of his many appearances. in the media.

According to the book, Trump told then-Chief of Staff John Kelly that “the real reason [she was not selected] were the spots on her cheeks.”

“She’s not good for me. She has this skin problem,” Trump said, adding, “It doesn’t look good.”

The comments are just one of many instances where the former president has been accused or heard of making derogatory remarks about women based on their appearance. The history of such Trump comments goes back long before he was elected president in 2016, when the infamous “Access Hollywood” tape was released.

Haley would serve as Trump’s ambassador to the United Nations from January 2017 to December 2018. She broke up with her former boss on a number of issues, most notably on January 6, though she didn’t go as far as some conservatives. party wing such as former Speaker of the House Paul Ryan and endorsed Republicans who supported the president’s impeachment. She did, however, support those who criticized Trump after the attack on Congress.

In recent weeks, the former governor and ambassador has been in Georgia, campaigning for Senate candidate Herschel Walker, while ensuring her own national profile remains relevant. The 50-year-old conservative is considered a likely candidate for the 2024 GOP presidential nomination, particularly if Donald Trump chooses not to launch a third presidential bid.

Peter Kavinsky

Peter Kavinsky is the Executive Editor at cablefreetv.org

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