Sunday Talks: Nikki Haley -vs- Chris Wallace

U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley appears on Fox News for an interview with the insufferable swamp gatekeeper Chris Wallace.   As customary Wallarse takes whichever position is oppositional to the Trump administration.

Ambassador Haley does a good job cutting through the nonsense, especially when Wallarse begins saying it is Trump policy to allow women and children to be killed, just not with chemical weapons.

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147 Responses to Sunday Talks: Nikki Haley -vs- Chris Wallace

  1. texastrumper says:

    I will read the comments in order to find out the contents of this interview. I no longer can stomach Chrissy Wallace.

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  2. Maybe Nikki could have said…This time we did not have Intel for Robert Mueller…..

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    • and the voters did see though it

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      • Too Real says:

        We sure did see through this. Lyin’ Hillary and the rest of the scurvy rats are now in the spotlight and it isn’t pretty.
        Nikki Haley did an excellent job!

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      • Guy-Blanc Déploré says:

        @ 1:28 – …year long FIB investigation into my emails …was rigged…
        Yep, it was rigged. And a lot of other stuff too. Trump was right all along, and now we all know it too.

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        • Probably the emmys were rigged too, he seems to be right most of the time. Why did Wallarse not ask Hillary if she would accept the election results?? Chirp Chirp

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        • PoCoNoMo says:

          Well, we all who don’t have our heads up MSM arse know it.

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        • jello333 says:

          At one time I really liked Bernie Sanders, but now I think he’s a total sell-out, and I’m happy he’s not president. But you know what… he actually had a shot, and he blew it with two very big, yet simple mistakes. For one thing, he caved to the BLM scumbags, and so showed himself to be just another of the frightened apologists. And the other major mistake was his “I’m sick and tired of hearing about Hillary’s emails” in one of the debates. When he did that, he was in effect saying she had done nothing wrong, or even if she had it wasn’t a big deal. HUGE mistake, Bernie.

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          • Hoosier says:

            Bernie??????????? BEAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHhaaaa, snort. Brain transplants to the left pithing to the right. Jello, you go to the right. What a friggin macaroon.

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    • Minnie says:

      Alinsky tactics on full unapologetic display by bobble head (yep, bobbed throughout) – accuse others of what you yourself are doing.

      Rigged, Rigged, Rigged

      Boy, did we get an education the past 8 years!

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    • Coast says:

      And the bottom line is that President Trump was right….all of “it” was rigged. The media, the debate questions, the FBI, the DOJ, the DNC, the fake dossier, the scandals…it was all rigged against Trump.

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    • svenwg says:

      Well, well, well. That little speech of Killary has come to bite her in her rear end. It is hilarious that after almost 18 months she still has no idea what happened and that can only be because she was so sure that her co-conspirators had rigged the election in her favour. The funniest of all is the way the ‘resistance’ sprang up so quickly after her loss and attacked President Trump as not their President, just who do they think is sitting in the Oval Office if it is not Very Stable Genius President Donald John Trump?

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    • bob e says:

      Sundance knows how to take it to ’em. Two years after the election Hilly baybee
      still holdin’ on with all the forces she can muster.

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    • MTeresa says:

      Kinda puts the “Coalition of all Democratic Forces” into perspective.

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    • nikkichico7 says:

      I just cannot abide that demon possessed harridan ….
      God bless PRESIDENT Donald J. Trump ….. great name 👍😉😜⭐️⭐️⭐️

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    • Li'l D in the Big D says:

      Hillary saying of Trump at 1:34: He said the FBI was rigged. Wow, was that ever the understatement of the year, and a demonstration of Trump’s uncanny perception of events.

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    • Paco Loco says:

      What a smug ahole she is. She truly believed that the election was already predetermined for her.

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  3. Matthew LeBlanc says:

    When arguments are between a douche bag and a warmonger it is wise to not pick sides.

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  4. Minnie says:

    Brava, Amb. Haley, appreciate hearing directly from you. Your factual responses calm the nerves of many.

    The ball is in Russia and Syria’s court. May they think clearly before the next lob.

    As for CW’s breathless “aha, gotcha” queries, I have one thing to say – you make my ass tired.
    (Thank you, grandma, thinking of you, always ❤️)

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  5. Wallace wants to know why it’s ok to use conventional weapons but not chemical weapons to kill women and children.

    So my understanding of that question is that he has become a warhawk and wants to send US troops everywhere in the world to intervene.
    Or that he is just a total tool and can’t figure out that chemical weapons should never be used by any country and that if they are the world should respond like we did on Friday.

    Just asking that question or questions like that, are signs that no matter what the answer would be, it will be fuel for the fire.
    It’s what simple people ask, Dems, when they want to make sure that either answer you give will be wrong.

    This guy has always been an idiot.

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    • Heika says:

      Perhaps then – as its so ‘simple’ you can explain why its okay to use ‘conventional’ weapons and not to use ‘chemical weapons’ – its okay to use… (that part please)

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      • nimrodman says:

        Strawman.
        Who said it’s “okay”?

        I doubt very much that Nikki Haley ever mouthed the words “it’s okay to kill women and children with conventional weapons”.

        So by posing that question Wallace is introducing a strawman.
        HE says it’s okay or it’s not okay. I doubt anyone else has.

        Wallace is introducing that rubric via what appears to be reasoning but is actually convoluted argument designed to attack or castigate.

        He’s setting up a false choice. That if you intervene on chemical WMD that you then MUST ALSO intervene on conventional weapons.

        He’s not interested in reasoning. He’s interested in attack.
        Pure and simple.

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        • nimrodman says:

          The Left tries to draw false equivalences or false dichotomies.

          A good example in the Syria case is “barrel bombs”. They tout barrel bombs as some egregious violation of humane or acceptable warfare standards (if there is such a thing) and scream “barrel bombs”! “barrel bombs”!

          If you’re on the ground, what do you care if you get blown up by a “barrel bomb” or a conventional, aerodynamic bomb with guiding fins?

          Machs nicht.

          A bomb is a bomb when you’re on the receiving end.

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        • Michaela says:

          Nimrod, you are so right. But she answered perfectly by saying “that is an unfair question”. That guy, his voice, his face, his attitude makes me very ill. I watched it anyhow, and I think she did good. Very confident and concise.

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    • trialbytruth says:

      So when did you stop beating your wife?…So that wasn’t your wife?

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  6. Pa Hermit says:

    Both Clarice Feldman ans Sundance are a breath of fresh air in the stagnant field of journalism! Wonder if they share any common genes?

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  7. Koot Katmando says:

    I watched it all even though it was hard. Most of questions are loaded. They only good point he and the other lady from face the nation made was that there had been several uses of chemical weapons since the strike last year. Why strike now? I did not like her answer on that one. I am not sure there is good answer for it.

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    • missilemom says:

      I watched the interview earlier and I wish she had responded, why didn’t you and the rest of the media spotlight these other attacks at the time they were done. Where was the Media? Fight fire with fire.

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  8. thesavvyinvester says:

    It never gets old.. 😉 It is like some trick squirrel feeder and the squirrel can’t figure it out, and no matter how many times you see it, it is still funny. PDJT is right the Fake-Newzer’s are all over the Mission Accomplished like I knew they would. It is so NY-er to be busting someones chops and either you have a comeback and you let it roll off you and be part of the crew, or you are not with it. And they fall for it every-time. Best POSTUS Evah, how do we top this? in 7 yrs who? Do they realize we can never go back to Clinton+Bush+Rubio “Clushio” in 2024? That we forever want an Alpha-CEO in charge?

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    • wolfmoon1776 says:

      OMG – this man is a CULTURE WARRIOR who TAKES BACK GROUND!!!

      I don’t agree with the first part – well, just a bit and in a very admiring way – but the rest – SO TRUE!!!

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      • wondering999 says:

        The narcissist bit is B.S. A narcissist is always thinking of themselves and can’t put themselves in someone else’s shoes. Trump however has a phenomenal ability to see what’s going on not only with himself but with others also.

        Trump hits back, justifiably, when people try to attack his ego — so much of politics and show business is attacking the ego of other people and trying to diminish them in the eyes of others and even more importantly, to themselves. Trump has none of it. And, I like that

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    • Deplorable_Infidel says:

      “It is like some trick squirrel feeder and the squirrel can’t figure it out, and no matter how many times you see it, it is still funny.”

      My youngest brother left the smart TV on with Alex Jones railing that PDJT had sold us out an hour or two ago. I reassured my mother that Mr. Jones would soon be apologizing for losing faith in our VSGPDJT.

      #TrustTrump .(and read my comment further down the thread)

      The Syrian Situation is far too complicated to deal with in the short time slots allocated in the 24/7 MSM. You would think that they would have some time to “go deep” and maybe give something 20 minutes like Al Jazeera America used to do, but Nooooo way.

      Commercial $$$ is far too important. Also, they have to keep the sheeple ignorant; with their twitter size attention spans and all.

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  9. Stu says:

    Trump supporter here, but I supported him in large part because he promised not to do things like this. Wallace is right. We not only ignore, but are actively abetting a Saudi war in Yemen using siege and starvation tactics, which are just as illegal by international law as the use of chemical weapons.

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    • Masterman says:

      XFD which war can you name that doesn’t involve “siege and starvation tactics”? The Houthis are in illegitimate control of the country and once you start a rebellion you can’t expect not to face the consequences.

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      • Stu says:

        And the “rebels” in Syria have been made up of at least 70% foreign fighters since 2015. Armed, trained, and brought into the country by Saudi, Qatar, Turkey, and Jordan with our help. Most people think Assad is making war on his own Sunni people, and don’t even know that the majority of Syrian Sunnis live in govt controlled territory. We’re not defending the Syrian people, we’re abetting an international jihad trying to take down the govt of a UN member state. I agree with you about Yemen: the Houthi are illegitimate according to international law and the govt is justified in taking extreme measures to reestablish itself. But like it or not, the Assad regime is the legitimate govt of Syria according to intl law, and the rebel groups (of who al Qaeda-in-Syria, with whom we are allying ourselves by attacking Assad, is by far the most significant), and the measures he takes to protect the state and the Alawites, Druze, and other minorities from genocide (as leaders of rebel groups we have funded have called for in public) are not our concern.

        In other words, if you think it’s about anything other than Saudi Arabia and Israel buying American our politicians to attack their enemy, I think you’re being naive. Nothing short of a full scale invasion will oust the Assad regime at this point. We are risking war with a major power for nothing more than domestic political reasons.

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        • andyocoregon says:

          A full scale of invasion of Syria would bring about war with Russia and Iran quicker than anything else we could do. President Trump’s goal is to end the use of chemical weapons of mass destruction, not regime change.

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        • Heika says:

          Stu – you are 100% correct on the facts. I am going blue in the face here trying to get them across but am tired of being called a ‘troll’ for doing so. Most of the issue here is just ignorance of what the reality is in Syria. This and all of US presence in Syria is a mistake, and if it is not a mistake – it is a case of the dogs (Israel and Saudi’s) waging the US, and UK tail. The latter I perceived (from constantly proven evidence). The issue is not what the general public perceives. You do not have to be a conspiracy theorist to understand the motive of Israel and Saudi’s in this.

          Each has his lust, his want, and generally as I keep pointing out that lust is rooted inside groups of ‘powerful individual players’ – in Israel’s case, it is a cabal of power mongers (the ‘creators of Israel’) – mostly found in the City of London, and in Saudi’s case – if you dig into the larger story of oil and the origin of the ‘Royal’ family you will come to a similar place! Oil, gas, pipelines, control of areas around these (Syria is what Israel wants to own – well the part around Genie oils Golan heights big find (Dick Cheney, Rothschild, Murdoch etc etc) … that’s what this ‘Syria thing’ is all about. Surprise surprise. Add in the greed and lust of the ‘opportunist’ mankind becomes when he sees ‘an opportunity’ to clean up, on the back of someone else’s misfortune and suffering, in each of the regions around Syria. All of this is what the altruistic general public do not know.

          Bless all here in this forum for their loyalty and hope in the possibility of Trump as goodness. However, it is not the script that has been planned for Americal. America is a powerful TOOL, to be pulled out of the pocket of the power mongers at their whistle. And that is what is occurring right now. Trump may well be trying to do his best to limit the carnal damage, but make no mistake, he is being wagged. If you think NOT, and you scream at me, you are NOT a honoring Trump and what he said he stood for – for decades. You are honoring the monsters who have pushed him into this.

          Add onto the list of willing parties in all this, you have the insatiable lust of the MIC and work your way back to who owns/has shares in that little caper (e.g. McCain), and you will start to cry if you have your eyes open. What/who is running the decisions of Washington has NOTHING to do with Americans.

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        • wj2016 says:

          It’s interesting that many in the US support the carnage wreaked on Yemen and the Houthi while at the same time they condemn Assad as a war criminal.

          Things to keep in mind:
          Assad’s father sent Syrian forces to fight with the US in the first Gulf War. Syrian tanks rolled into Kuwait to assist in the re-capture of it from Iraq.
          Syria was a US ally in the War on Terror. The CIA had rendition sites in Syria where they suspected jihadis from around the world to bet interrogated by Syrians.
          Assad protects religious minorities more than any other leader in the Arab world.

          Obama, HRC and the other sanctimonious harpies decided to instigate the Arab spring . Assad was the only leader targeted that decided he didn’t want to cooperate and end being dragged through the streets with his head ending up on a fence post. So now GOP hawks are following the lead of Democrat party “do gooders”?

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    • booger71 says:

      President Trump is starving nobody.

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    • svenwg says:

      You poor little snowflake ❄️, do you honestly believe that the US should pull out and allow Russia and Iran to fill the void?

      If you do, you as crazy as a hat 🎩 maker of old!

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      • Stu says:

        Russia and Iran aren’t filling anything. They have been Syria’s allies for many years. The legitimate govt of a UN member state asked its allies for assistance through official channels according to international law, and its allies came to their aid. What interest do we have in whether Russia or Iran have a presence in Syria? They have had a presence there for decades. Why should it concern us?

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        • Rainer says:

          Hang in there Stu. Trump used to feel the same as you and I do about US involvement in Syria, and it’s an important reason why many of us voted for him.

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          • Heika says:

            Precisely. Why is it that most here have dumped their principles of ‘loving Trump and all he stood for’ in order to just obey blindly what he has been forced into doing? All that most Trump supporters loved was what he said, what he constantly said for decades!! “Get out of Syria, stop the wars, bring it all back home” etc. Not for a few years, but he has been saying it for ages. That is what most loved. Border wall, no more wars.

            Why can’t they see Trump is being compromised dangerously. Why do they not see that the guy they love so much is in deep trouble? They cannot help him by supporting the enemy who have flocked around him and are picking the flesh off his bones – the neocons are feasting upon his original core beliefs, his soul. He is now being pulled about as their puppet. The deep state has succeeded at this point. Its over. UNLESS Trump supporters rage and hold him accountable to his own principles. Therefore I find it offensive to even see the blind support for ‘neocon’ actions here.

            Do people here realize that by praising the bombing and war actions in Syria – the real enemy – the MSM, and the Democrats are now winning? This is what they wanted!

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          • Mariposa323 says:

            Count me in too . I know Trump is trying to make lemonade out of lemons , but there is no question he is being thwarted by these oil – thirsty mongrels . No good actors over there and when we pick sides there are going to be consequences . I don’t think there is any leader on the planet that could be doing better in this situation, but to say this is good for America or good for the world , we are being seriously mislead .

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    • jello333 says:

      I’m trusting Trump in all this, and I really think it’s some kind of ploy that he and YES, Putin are working on. But I’ll say that in general I agree with you that the focus on a particular type of mass-killing weapon has never made much sense to me. Yes, chemical weapons are horrible… but so are your average bombs that blow people (including little kids) to bits. Going back to WWII, like most people I still have mixed feelings about Hiroshima and Nagasaki, even though it’s good that they (apparently) shortened the overall war. But anytime I hear people talk about how horrible those 2 bombs were, in what they did to people, I think to something that may have even been worse… that being Dresden. Not a nuke it sight, and yet…

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    • MVW says:

      Let’s cut the Gordian knot here. Trump precision bombed chem sites, not barracks, trucks, armories, planes, tanks, etc. Nothing was done that diminished Assad’s conventional capability to carry on the war on ISIS.

      Whether or not Assad used these chem weapons is not the point, the point is he has them and supposedly had gotten rid of them.

      The other side issues raised are part of the ME quagmire and Trump has labeled the whole region as ‘troubled’. He is clear we need to get out, tried to get out. It takes double backflips while moonwalking to do it.

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  10. deplorabledaveinsocal says:

    As sure as the sun will rise tomorrow, we can count on Chris being a consummate bunghole…

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    • Minnie says:

      His lousy attempt to pin decreasing numbers of Syrian refugees on Mr. President.

      Clueless twit.

      Amb. Haley addressed this issue well, the Syrians in camps in turkey and elsewhere want to go HOME.

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  11. billrla says:

    Oh, how I wish that everyone would stop watching TV news, thereby depriving the networks and cable outlets of viewership that is the lifeblood of TV stations. Fewer viewers equals few advertisers equals less money equals bye-bye TV stations.

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  12. Minnie says:

    8:10 (cw): a couple of weeks ago President Trump reportedly was talking about pulling our troops out of Syria very quickly, within 48 hours, but had to be persuaded by folks at the pentagon …

    Is this another leak or does Chrissy make crap up as he goes along?

    /rhetorical

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  13. RJ says:

    I’m starting to really like the style Ambassador Haley presents. Her use of language and ability to communicate to the average person is so refreshing. I see her potential in a far wider and more important role within American public service sector.

    I also like her choice of clothing in that it communicates a sincerity and professional attitude without all the tricks and whistles other women seem to choose.

    Bottom line: I think she is the right person at the right time to be our Ambassador at the United Nations….give her a pay raise!

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  14. Kathy says:

    Wallarse 😂

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  15. rsmith1776 says:

    The senile, defective WALL-E called General Mattis “McNamara” [Robert?].

    Say goodnight, Gracie.

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  16. NC PATRIOT says:

    I thought Haley did a great job of taking all the air out of Wallace’s gottcha questions.

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  17. Wretched1 says:

    I thought Ambassador Haley did a great job. She had 5 – 6 rebuttals to every one of Wallace’s attempt to trip her up. She seemed thoroughly in support of PDJT and his policies, continually schooling Mr Wallace how what the President was doing was one example after another of why those policies were in America’s bets interests.

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  18. jmclever says:

    Love it when she said that POTUS Trump sent home 60 Russian diplo-spies home. I know she was correcting herself but I like the new term.

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  19. jmuniz1 says:

    I cant stand Heley she endorsed Rubio and is a never-trumper. She is a Bush neocon. Trump just gave her the job so he could install his boy as governor of S. Carolina. After she took down the rebel flag she was done. Some African Americans who live their told me they disagreed with what she did. Allowing Soros groups from out of town to dictate what she had to do. She seems like she is staring to change by these comments but she is a idiot.

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    • Heika says:

      She is no better, in fact worse than Samantha Power… These shrills are not fit for the job. No diplomacy, just neocon war brains with some sort of menopause problem going on (both of them)

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      • trialbytruth says:

        LOL so how long have you been a libtard? Are you in a twelve step program? You do realize the only cure is to stop libtarding then you can move on to the next step.

        Keep in mind it is no ones fault you are a libtard not even yours. Stop blaming yourself or others it is very destructive to your recovery. Instead embrace your personal responsibility realize it is bigger then you and turn it over to God.

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  20. frank field says:

    Wow. Haley, the no longer never Trumper, did a great job in this Murdock interview. Well done dear lady!

    Wallace is vulture vomit. 🕶

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  21. Mike diamond says:

    We love Nikki ! Chris the Wallace needs to go to a rodeo ! Or go to a monster truck event ! Get out doors more! Eat a bbq sandwich with a bunch of bikers ! Chris has not a clue on anything !

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  22. Stu says:

    It’s unAmerican to have such slavish devotion to a leader and unquestioning faith in his decisions. Trump lied to us about his intentions in Syria. He couldn’t have been clearer that he thought attacking Syria over chemical weapons was a bad idea. I know you all remember it.

    It doesn’t mean he should be abandoned or that he’s a bad guy, but we have a duty as citizens to call out our leaders when they mislead us. We damage the republic when we let them disrespect us like this. Perhaps there is a case to be made for attacking Syria, but the govt no longer even feels the need to make one because they know they can count on the bovine acquiescence of GOP voters who simply don’t want to give the left any ammunition (an impulse with which I sympathize, but if we allow our own side’s leaders to get away with lying to us and insulting our intelligence, what is it we are even fighting for?).

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    • wondering999 says:

      Stu — I don’t have “slavish devotion to a leader”. But I do have respect for the first genuine leader we’ve had in decades. Because Trump is so often right, I’m giving him the benefit of the doubt, and hoping that there are other things going on behind the scenes that I’m not privy to. I also want the wars in Syria and elsewhere to end ASAP, and unlike some others I have relatives who have survived homelessness and devastation after one regime is pulled down and another has to be constructed, meanwhile looting, rape and hunger run rampant, and children die of diarrhea and starvation. I don’t like any of this.

      Thing is I trust that Trump doesn’t like it either, but has to manuever as best he can through a thicket of powerful liars, greedheads and seditionists. I will continue to give Trump the benefit of the doubt. Like you, I loathe all these wars, no matter who provokes them.

      I do believe our Deep State has had a hand in it all. I never understood Vietnam and I still don’t understand why it was handled the way it was; same for Bosnia, Iraq and more. But I trust Trump is doing the best humanly possible, and certainly I couldn’t accomplish what he’s done, nor do I notice anyone else who could have filled this need. So, imperfect though he may be, I’m going to continue to pray for the President and do whatever I can to help extricate us from the Swamp Rule which has caused so much misery to so many.

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    • linda4298 says:

      Did you call out and get outraged over all of Obamas crap.

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      • joshua says:

        STU is a chronic complainer of Trump…always has been….semi-troll

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        • Heika says:

          I do not agree Mr joshua. But then you will call me something similar to make yourself feel comfy in your name calling. He is an intelligent thinker.

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          • gda says:

            Intelligent thinker? You could have fooled me. Compared to who? Sundance?

            UnAmerican? Slavish devotion? That there’s troll talk.

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        • Stu says:

          Fake news. Other than this thread I’ve only posted on this site maybe 2-3 times. Everyone should wonder about the motives of someone who would make up a lie like that.

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      • Stu says:

        No I didn’t get as worked up about Obama because I didn’t vote for him, had no expectation that he was on my side or that he was particularly concerned with American interests. I have hope for Trump, so I’m more disappointed when he breaks his promises to us.

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    • Heika says:

      YES YES YES Stu. Please see my ‘rave further above’… come on guys. If you want to have what you wanted to have, demand it… hold the feet to the fire. He wanted to fight for what you wanted, and now you abandon him as he is strangled by the deep state? Follow him off a cliff while you watch him being forced over it with the gun at his back eh?

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    • deplorablegracie says:

      I trust PTrump. He’s very good at this President stuff. He has more knowledge and can see farther ahead than you Stuey and he is smart. Above all else he is for America First and we the American people. Everything he does is towards that aim. You may not see that Stuey but I do.

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      • Stu says:

        Consider the possibility that Trump is being pressured into Syria, and that what he needs from his supporters is a show of opposition so he has the backup needed to resist the deep state.

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  23. Maquis says:

    I’ve a certain finger that gets quite a workout when Wallarse is being himself.

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  24. bkeyser says:

    Well, there’s the flag thing in Charleston, but aside from that, she’s very impressive. IMHO, there’s your first female POTUS, ladies and gents.

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  25. Deplorable_Infidel says:

    The situation in Syria is a mess.

    I have come to the conclusion by just putting three links together today that the quagmire in Syria is so complicated and convoluted that it would take a hell of a doctoral thesis to describe it adequately. Please see my full comment with links on the other thread:

    https://theconservativetreehouse.com/2018/04/15/sunday-talks-nikki-haley-vs-margaret-brennan/comment-page-1/#comment-5252267

    In conclusion, a huge piece of this conflict is that treaty from the 1920’s. Eric Prince mentions at the end of his interview (2016) that the Turkish President was trotting out maps of how much territory Turkey would regain Assad were to be deposed and Syria’s borders changed.
    There is more at stake than just a pipeline and the fate of the Kurds and other Christian minorities going on over there.

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    • Heika says:

      Yes, every neighbor -and some not so near (apart from Iran) has been lusting over the spoils of Syria for decades. Hence Iran (yeh I’m not so keen on Iran but not because of some stupid lame made up reason), is also a big target as they offer support to Syria to be kept whole. Russia of course is also the larger demon for the same reason. These two countries are blocking the vultures from descending upon the spoils. Simple as that. Just a bunch of dirty lusting vultures – ended in the creation of ISIS (US and Saudis supplied arms to the so called rebels, who were part of ISIS at various times), the mass fleeing of refugees into Europe (whose culture is now being existentially destroyed), etc etc.

      I think what happens is when people cant find a simple ‘good guy/bad guy’ they get confused and just say resort to some cowboys/indians story that just happens to be on the MSM news tonight. It is a terrible situation, a horrible reminder of the greed of power (of those around it lusting to take a bit in a feeding frenzy should Damascus fall). They all have their own horrible greedy motives. It has been targeted for a long time.

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  26. Mr BiG Time says:

    I watched. Confirmed. Chris Wallace is a tool.

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  27. wose lobo says:

    Wallace is sick and difficult to watch. Killing women and children is a stupid statement
    Haley does a good job representing the US in the UN; and supporter of Trump after the election.

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  28. The Jimmy Jackz says:

    Chris Wallace is a snake.

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  29. Heika says:

    Perhaps one might read how this is seen from other countries perspective? Given China has already stated (and confirms here) that it will support Russia in the event of war – this ‘state approved’ news release makes some good points. Logic is not on US side on this one. What is the point of all this aggression to a Christian country (Russia)? What good comes of it? What did our great leader say (which we thought made great sense when he did, and was another reason many voted for him) “I think we can get along with Russia”.

    http://www.globaltimes.cn/content/1097887.shtml

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  30. Koot Katmando says:

    Is Putin trolling our media? Chaos is the overworked word our media uses on PDT. I LOL when I heard it on the Radio.
    https://www.reuters.com/article/us-mideast-crisis-syria/russias-putin-predicts-global-chaos-if-west-hits-syria-again-idUSKBN1HM0BK

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  31. snarkybeach says:

    IMHO, Niki’s best answer to a Chrissy loaded question was the comeback about Syrian refugees. Miss Wallace was whiny about the drastic decrease in numbers and Niki had a common sense answer, one she got from actual interviews with Syrians.

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  32. cyn3wulf says:

    What an utter worm Mr. Wallace is. Initially, people were thinking Trump’s pick of Nikki Haley was to clear her out of a position of power in S. Carolina, but she continues to show that if that was indeed one of the reasons, it wasn’t the only one. It turns out that she makes for a great Ambassador to the UN.

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  33. Foolsgold says:

    Sorry I can’t stomach Chris Wallass. But if Nickie reached over and beech slapped her I’d watch it over and over and over….

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  34. Harlan says:

    When I saw the look on his face as he pressed the question of refugees, I realized that the good of the country was no longer at the top of his list. He’s a tool.

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    • TwoLaine says:

      I was waiting for her to ask him how much the headhunting industry pays him to ask these questions, and anything to do with bringing heads, I mean cheap labor, to the USA.

      Humanitarian, Shumanitarian. The USA is more generous than any country in the world. That is why we are effing in the hole CW.

      SPIT!

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  35. JaimeInTexas says:

    Should read: Insufferable U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley appears on Fox News for an interview with the insufferable swamp gatekeeper Chris Wallace.

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  36. TwoLaine says:

    This was to be expected. The refugee bit. There is a FULL COURT PRESS on to save the Taxpayer Funded Head Hunting/Human Trafficking Business Model called “refugee” resettlement in the USA. Offices are closing all over the USA because the State Department told them we wouldn’t need them unless there were 100 or more being resettled there and that ain’t gonna’ happen under their watch. BOOM!

    They are whining like you can’t believe. Their BIT FAT TAXPAYER FUNDED PAYCHECKS are gonna’ have to be funded some other way. 🙂 🙂 🙂

    We are barely past 10k for the 6 months ended 3/31/18. Meanwhile they are pouring in overs our borders. To be fixed SOON. 🙂

    Anywho, expect a lot of this whining. OH, and the President TRUMP hates everyone except white people bit, cause he’s keeping out the “immigrants” and the “refugees” and the “asylees” and the “ACs” b.s. unaccompanied children.

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