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Nikki Haley

Former Ambassador to the United Nations

Resigned: 10-9-2018

Who is Nikki Haley?

Nikki Haley announced her departure from the administration just before the 2018 midterm elections. During her two years as UN ambassador, Haley oversaw many efforts to restrict reproductive choices for women and girls worldwide. Before being appointed by President Trump, she had no formal foreign policy experience and a long track record of blocking women’s access to health care.

I am strongly pro-life, so anything we can do to keep [women] from having abortions, or to keep them from ...knowing what is available, I will support.”

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Here is what Nikki Haley controls

U.S. Department of State

The State Department advises the President and represents the U.S. in international affairs and foreign policy issues.

Policies Nikki Haley controlled

Global Gag Rule

Background on Nikki Haley

Sending LGBTQ Hate Group to Represent the U.S. at the UN

Nikki Haley appointed an LGBTQ hate group to serve on the 2018 U.S. delegation to the UN Commission on the Status of Women (CSW).

The Independent
Shrinking U.S. Support for Reproductive Rights Worldwide

Following the Trump-Pence administration’s agenda, Nikki Haley rolled back formal U.S. policy positions promoting reproductive rights.

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Restricting Access to Abortion

As governor of South Carolina, Nikki Haley signed a law to restrict women’s access to safe and legal abortion.

The Hill
Trying to Limit Birth Control Around the Globe

Nikki Haley supported slashing UN funding for birth control access to women in over 150 countries.

New York Times
Saying Women Don’t Care About Birth Control

Even though over 90% of women say birth control is an important part of their freedom to control their bodies, Nikki Haley claimed "women don’t care about contraception."

MSNBC
Why Did Nikki Haley Resign?

Haley resigned without a clear reason, but sources speculate that she has future political ambitions.

The Week