Sunday Talks: Nikki Haley -vs- George Stephanopoulos

U.N. Secretary Nikki Haley appears on ABC This Week with George Stephanopoulos to discuss the vast Russian planetary electoral conspiracy theorem.

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74 Responses to Sunday Talks: Nikki Haley -vs- George Stephanopoulos

  1. mikebrezzze says:

    I despise that little gnat George

    Liked by 9 people

  2. Paul George says:

    Great interview. Nikki owned him.
    Very smart, very clear. Nikki Haley could be the first woman president!!

    Liked by 12 people

    • thinkwell says:

      Since Nikki Haley is not a natural born Citizen, the Constitution prohibits her from ever becoming president or vice president.

      Liked by 5 people

      • whoseyore says:

        It didn’t stop Obama!

        Liked by 1 person

        • Agave says:

          True, but the media and democrat [sic] party will raise holy he** when they can use it to their advantage. Hypocrisy is live and well with those groups, and they rely on the short memories and/or lack of ethical standards of their constituents to make it work.

          Liked by 2 people

      • Joshua2415 says:

        Niki was born in Bamberg, SC and I bet she has a genuine birth certificate to prove it, but I wouldn’t rush to support her for the presidency. Her ties to the CoC run deep.

        Liked by 9 people

        • WSB says:

          Neither of her parents were citizens at the time. And unless she is a tried and true convert, I only respect that PDJT has put her in a position as he sees fit.

          I trust no one but PDJT.

          Liked by 7 people

      • I believe that her parents are currently citizens and I know she was born in South Carolina. Pretty that makes her a Natural Born Citizen… her parents immigrated to SC in 1969 she was born in Bamberg SC in 1972 so unless they became citizens after her birth….


        • rashamon says:

          No, it does not make her a “natural born” citizen as her parents were NOT citizens when she was born. Both must be citizens; neither one were.

          Liked by 4 people

          • 6x47 says:

            Well no that is absolutely NOT true; the “natural born to two natural born” theory is moot: The 44th President of the United States was born to one US citizen and one British subject.

            So the precedent it is established that only the individual running must be “naturall born”: Parental citizenship matter not.

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        • thinkwell says:

          Her parents were not USA citizens when Nikki was born. Nimrata Nikki Randhawa Haley was born January 20, 1972 in Bamberg, SC. Her Sikh parents are from Punjab, India and moved to the USA in 1969. Her father naturalized as a USA Citizen in October 1977. It is unknown if her mother became a USA citizen, but regardless, it could not have been before Nikki was born because the process took at least five years, so neither of her parents were USA citizens when she was born. Nikki Haley cannot be a natural born Citizen.

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          • KBR says:

            Nimrata Randhawa was born in SC as what candidate Donald Trump called an “anchor baby.”
            Born in 1972 of Indian parents who got their citizenships in 1977 and 1993.
            Nicknamed Nikki, she married a man named Haley, and that is how she came by her “Americanized name.”

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          • bolshevict says:

            You are mistaken. The whole argument for DENYING anchor-baby citizenship is the idea that the Constitution defines a natural born citizen as “All persons born in the United States and not subject to any foreign power” ….

            If the parents are citizens of a foreign country, the kid is a citizen of THEIR country, and as a minor, subject to parents that are subject to that “foreign power”…..

            I am 100% in favor of ENDING birthright citizenship/anchor babies. As above, its Constitutional to deny that citizenship status. But technically, based on how the law has interpreted birthright citizenship, Haley qualifies. (Her connects to the Bushes and GOP establishment make her unattractive to me as a candidate, btw)

            If Haley isn’t a citizen, then anchor babies aren’t either, and we know thats not true. So I agree with you in principle, but we have to understand what the law is if we want to change it….


            • thinkwell says:

              Sorry, bolshevict, words mean things. Haley is only a statutory born citizen. Presidents must be both a born citizen and a natural citizen. Haley qualifies to first, but not second requirement.

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      • Nikki was born in South Carolina. Bamberg I recall.


      • SEJMON says:


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    • MrE says:

      The first part of your comment is spot-on. However, I think you missed the photo Sundance posted right below the video link.


    • redtreesquirrel says:

      I don’t think I’ve seen a person yet who answered questions to these fake news comrades as well as Niki Haley just did. She’s amazing.

      Liked by 3 people

  3. freddiel says:

    I think that Nikki did a pretty good job defending our President. It never ceases to amaze me how the fake media tries to trip them up.

    Liked by 8 people

  4. tvollrath66 says:

    I think she did a very good job. She is representing our President’s agenda, which is our agenda. She really cones across plain and clear, no wishy washy. So far I am very glad to have her.

    Liked by 16 people

  5. cav16 says:

    I am very impressed with Ambassador Haley! She is smart, sharp and a excellent communicator.

    Liked by 10 people

  6. Larry Bucar says:

    She did OK, still learniing to sing DJT’s way, finally beyond bubble boy’s influence, I hope.

    Liked by 3 people

  7. Rex says:

    Did anyone get the impression Georgie poo was just a little tooo kind and respectful to Mrs. Rubio?

    Liked by 3 people

  8. Betty says:

    Nikki Haley did ok right up to when the “little gnat” asked her: “are the Russians were succeeding at their goal of disrupting our democracy, raising doubts about our democracy?” And Ambassador Haily bunts it instead of knocking it out of the park.

    Instead of saying Russia is doing that to the whole world if she would have only had the guts to speak the truth: It is the media and the entrenched political class who are attempting to disrupt our democracy and worse then that, you all are attempting to toss our lawfully elected leader out of office using out-right lies and innuendos.

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    • The Boss says:

      Betty – Your comment is in the ballpark, and I mean that in a good way. It occurred to me when that cafone Stephanopoulos asked about Russia, his intent might be to gauge the degree to which the administration believes (perhaps rightly) that the Russians own our media. They own the Clintons, that’s for sure. And to your point, the media is definitely disrupting our way of life and attempting to support a coup in the form of false impeachment charges.

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    • ilcon says:

      Betty I agree. I’m just waiting for someone on our side to throw the term “democracy” right back in their face. The USA is not a democracy as the leftists wish it was. We are a constitutional republic. A democracy is mob rule.

      Liked by 2 people

  9. pageoturner says:

    Haley handled that very well. I see why Trump picked her even though she was a neverTrumper during the campaign.

    Liked by 4 people

  10. Wend says:

    She’s become a good asset the the Administration.

    Liked by 3 people

  11. rumpole2 says:

    Can you tell me how to get to Sesame Street?

    Liked by 9 people

  12. Looking Up! says:

    I cannot say I like or trust George at all. He worked for the Clintons and we know he is not totally nonbiased. Haley has done a super job. I have been more than impressed with her and not disappointed so far with anything she has done. .

    Liked by 5 people

  13. Molly says:

    This was a good interview, imo. I don’t watch many. Nikki Haley is such a breath of fresh air after Rice and Power; excellent choice. She’s very articulate and didn’t miss a beat when responding. Of course she isn’t going to say President Trump is going to discuss blocking oil in Saudi Arabia, no matter how many times he asked her. President Trump never tells the enemy what he is going to do. 😉

    Liked by 5 people

  14. tempo150101 says:

    I don’t care if she is on our team now, I don’t like this harlot and I never will.

    Liked by 1 person

    • whoseyore says:

      I am sad that you feel this way. People can change their minds and I am praying that many, many, many people across the United States of America, who didn’t like or respect our President when he was running for office will see what this man is doing and that everything he does is with our best interest at heart and they will come to love him they way that all of us Treepers love him.

      I don’t know if you took the time to watch this interview, but I would encourage you to do that. I thought she was a wonderful support to our President. When she was asked about the firing of James Comey, she said that the President of the United States can hire and fire anyone he wants to at any time he wants to. My favorite statement was “Everyone works at the pleasure of the President”.

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      • tempo150101 says:

        I don’t respect women with children who cheat. I don’t like it with men, either, but I don’t react as viscerally as I do when a woman is caught with her hand in the cookie jar, so to speak. A woman’s job is to be there for her children, not to go whoare around with Will Folks.

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        • Deb says:

          Cheating is cheating, whether it’s a woman or a man. We all need forgiveness from time to time, and so we shouldn’t be stingy when we have to give it out.

          Liked by 3 people

    • Tegan says:

      My gosh, calling her a harlot is very serious. Why in the world do you think that? As far as I know she’s an excellent wife, mother and did a pretty decent job as Governor in SC, going into a very non-transparent state government situation controlled by “the good ole boys.” She’s a very articulate and a natural beauty and apparently fearless at the UN.

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  15. SharonKinDC says:

    Well done, Nikki!

    Liked by 5 people

  16. Kristin says:

    See what clarity brings? People can speak confidently and …clear.
    She did a good job explaining what the Predident’s job is since little George does not know.

    Liked by 2 people

  17. KenG says:

    Trump seems to me very absolute on Policy. Truman was like that, in fact it’s why McArthur got fired.

    ABC This Weak.
    I concur wholeheartedly.

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  18. That’s the smoothest, on-target, succinct and fast-paced interchange from a U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. I’ve ever seen.

    Nikki Haley is growing by leaps and bounds as she works with Secretary Tillerson and President Trump.

    Clearly the Trump Team has its “International Sea Legs” and is mastering both strategy and execution to make the world a safer place – AGAINST ALL ODDS.

    I’m waiting for these leaders to begin calling the Media out for their relentless Anti-American efforts to undermine our country’s image and the Administration’s progress to Make America Great Again.

    Liked by 5 people

  19. whoseyore says:

    Don’t you wish you had a penny for every time the name “RUSSIA” was mentioned by a reporter?

    Liked by 3 people

  20. A good interview. More interviews like this instead of the Reince Preibus types and Sean Spicer. They may be doing the best they can, but they are generalist. I think the interviews with Cabinet Members are the best. They get treated with more respect also.

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  21. ALEX says:

    I think the naysayers on her need to step back and not live in the past. She is showing a very strong face at the UN and she represents herself and the administration well on these shows..

    The election is over and she was a one term governor of South Carolina before all this….I have been pleasantly surprised by her…Nice job IMO….

    Liked by 5 people

  22. CharterOakie says:

    Haley handled that interview very well.

    Lest anyone forget, she was just an also-ran in her race for SC Governor until Sarah Palin went to Columbia, SC to endorse her and catapult her into the lead. Just as she did for so many other Republicans currently in office.

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  23. Icestation3 says:

    Her suggestion that Trump makes decisions quickly without talking to anyone first. Way to go making him out to be impulsive and self-absorbed. How does she know that Trump hasn’t spoken to his advisers for months about this? This woman is a serious liability. She’s a neo-progressive idiot.

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  24. She was well prepared for this interview. When Trump complimented her at the National Convention, and refused to ‘counter-punch’ her as he does almost all other belligerents, it was obvious he wanted her on his side.

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  25. Haley did well. When will other Republicans step up and back our President? My guess is never.


  26. I don’t think the lib dems to this day know how deep the sh&% is they are in with our PDJT….. By the time they realize how out classed they are the butt kicking train will be down the tracks, leaving them sobbing into their pussy hats……


  27. bolshevict says:

    Haley did a good job, but its too bad that we have gotten out of the habit of re-framing the question to remind the propagandized:

    The emails that were hacked by somebody and given to Wikileaks (ostensibly to hurt the Democrats in the election) were REAL. Can we remember to REMIND people it wasn’t just a “hack of the election”, it was the TRUE info that was IN those emails that made Hillary an unattractive candidate….criminality, corruption, true evil with the Podesta stuff…..?

    …AND remember that Wikileaks founder, Julian Assange–whose whole enterprise depends on anonymity for folks who leak to him—did everything he could to suggest that the emails came from a young, disillusioned Democrat named Seth Rich. Who was murdered in DC last July. Bullets to head, no robbery. Assange put up a $50,000 reward to find the killer. That was a very purposeful “tell”.

    So we don’t know who “revealed the Democrat emails” (NOT “hacked the election” messaging messaging, quit using their terminology), but we should investigate the criminal content of the emails while trying to figure out who leaked them.

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    • Good comment, bolshevict! Esp. about messaging. My constant refrain is: Don’t say what you are NOT!! “We are not…” “He did not …” “She is not …” Every one of these reinforces the notion that they are, they did … whatever, before the little word “not” slips in. These are the arguments of the enemy! Do. Not. Repeat. Them.

      I can’t remember who it was recently, but some spokesman rapidly named off FIVE things our President has been accused of, saying with each sentence, “Pres. Trump is not…” each time. Bad messaging!!! Enemy is cheering!! “My argument repeated AGAIN!”

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  28. I wish she would give him a slower southern answer to the questions. Fewer questions in the scheduled time frame.

    Liked by 1 person

  29. Rosech says:

    Never really cared for Nikki before, but as the UN appointee, she is doing a great job and doesn’t let stupids like George scare nor upset her. Then again, I like Trump’s appointees because they start immediately to get information, move on it, and get things done, just like Trump. Democrats complain they are all military or business people. Well, thank God, before we want security here and America is a BIG BUSINESS and a Republic (not a democracy) with a democratic capitalism.


  30. snailmailtrucker says:

    Why does anyone from The Trump Administration even
    Talk to a Clinton Operative Antagonist ?


  31. A.D. Everard says:

    Excellent interview. Nikki looked totally at ease as she confidently delivered a very positive message. No way was she going to be tripped up or ruffled, no matter how much George tried. I would say viewers at home clearly got just how powerful and important President Trump’s actions are and will continue to be. I really enjoyed that.


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