Sunday Talks: Nikki Haley -vs- Margaret Brennan

U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley appears on Face the Nation for an interview with Margaret Brennan about the U.S., U.K. and French coordinated military strikes against Syria.

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65 Responses to Sunday Talks: Nikki Haley -vs- Margaret Brennan

  1. Michelle says:

    I enjoyed listening to Nikki Haley in this interview. I also thought it was ridiculous that Margaret Brennan asked Nikki about the Cohen raid, which has nothing to do with Nikki or the UN.

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  2. MakeAmericaGreat says:

    Nikki wrecked her. That was awesome.

    Sorry NeoCons — Assad is going nowhere, no WW3, and no one killed in the strikes.

    Trump wins again.

    Liked by 22 people

  3. tunis says:

    Nikki Haley is just another neocon like John Bolton. They will destroy the Trump presidency.

    She supported Little Marco and was very derisive during the campaign. Of course Adelson hedged their bets by being a large campaign contributor.

    Thank goodness Mattis was able argue forcefully for a limited one-off strike on this another false flag by the British run White Helmets.

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    • glissmeister says:

      The treachery and sedition of the machine Democrats and their lies and unrelenting antagonism are playing a very very dangerous game. All their frienzied Russia bashing is not politics, it’s psychopathy.

      Conducted by a corrupt cabal of pseudoelites and syndicate criminals.

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    • Whatever you say. 😏

      Liked by 9 people

    • Sharon says:

      She supported little Marco! That was then and this is now! Trump can change people! Use the swamp to drain the swamp!😉

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    • VladimirPoot says:

      Is Assad a Saint??? Why do people believe everything he says? Every chemical attack over the past few years has been a false flag? Assad harboring terrorists that killed our troops during the Second Gulf War is not true??? Am I taking crazy pills?

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      • fedback says:

        No, you are not. Just a lot of trolling going on trying to discourage Trump supporters.
        Internet commenters claiming to know exactly what’s going on in Syria, It’s absurd

        Remember, the first casualty of war is truth

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    • pcmoreland says:

      As if Nikki made the call to strike Syria. Please. No one tells the Donald what to do, they bring him information and HE decides what to do. Don’t be stupid.

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    • trialbytruth says:

      Tunis your concern is noted

      That is all

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    • RICHARD CANARY says:

      It seems quite obvious that Nikki Haley has reconsidered her regards for President Trump and Senator Rubio. I would guess that now she supports Trump and is unhappy with Rubio.

      People change their opinions of others all the time. I remember being one of the very first people to donate to Marco Rubio for his first run for the Senate, which he won. Now I would cross the street to avoid talking with that little turn-coat.

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      • kroesus61 says:

        she supports Lil’ Marco b/c he has the same criteria for an illegal POTUS run as she has…….2 non citizen immigrant parents legally here in US at birth = NOT a natural born citizen

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    • Buck says:

      Nikki Haley is just another neocon like John Bolton. They will destroy the Trump presidency.

      And that’s exactly what they’re there for. Haley for sure.

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    • piper567 says:

      tunis, if you had once supported little marco, and were invited to a meeting with Trump, do you think you might be persuaded that Trump’s views are a bit better aligned with your future and the future of this Country?
      How exactly is it that Haley’s performance at the UN has not met your vaunted expectations?

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  4. John Doe says:

    This is the first time I’ve watched DeFace the Nation with the new host. What a prima dona she is! Nikki Haley continues to impress the daylights out of me, but I still don’t trust her 100%. I believe she’d knife our POTUS in a heartbeat if it got her further in her career.

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    • MakeAmericaGreat says:

      That was an incredibly impressive performance by Haley.

      All White House surrogates should watch a tape of this interview on a loop.

      Liked by 7 people

    • RJ says:

      Knife our pres the first chance she got? Do me a favor and explain how and why you came to such a conclusion/thought?

      Liked by 3 people

      • John Doe says:

        Why are you so combative? I think she’s fabulous. I also think she wants to be President, she supported Marco Rubio, she was borderline anti Trump and her ambition would stop at nothing to get where she wants to go. That’s my opinion. Sue me.

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        • Peoria Jones says:

          Sadly, I agree. She’s clever and ambitious, and it’s good to have her on our team. As long as she supports our POTUS and the agenda we voted for, I support her – but I wouldn’t want her in charge of the whole shebang.

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        • Sharon says:

          Maybe she needed her eyes opened by Trump! I believe some didn’t have a clear picture on what the globalist plans were for the USA! They were blind and now can see! But obviously some still choose to be blind! Money talks!

          Liked by 2 people

          • highdezertgator says:

            ya nevah know… she may be a CTH lurker!

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          • piper567 says:

            If Trump’s perspective on world affairs is good enough to persuade the likes of Wiburine and Mnuchin to join his Team, I think Trump maybe had some influence on Haley’s previously poor perspective.
            It may be time to give her a break. I do not think she has it in her to be the type of unusually good liar that progressives insist upon.
            I may be wrong, but I don’t think she’s delusional enough to see herself as Presidential material.
            Her UN experience is giving her first hand knowledge of what a snakepit the world, apart from the US, actually is.
            I do not envy her job AT ALL!
            and she is doing just as the President would have her do, very well, I might add.

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        • RICHARD CANARY says:

          Fine. Who’s your lawyer.

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      • RICHARD CANARY says:

        Well said. I’d like to understand the reasoning behind that, too. Her work seems to show that she is genuinely on-board the Trump Train.

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    • Michelle says:

      I actually think Nikki would stand by Trump.

      Liked by 3 people

  5. El Torito says:

    Those questions were so disingenuous that I had to bail after the 3rd question. Kudos to Nikki Haley for having the stomach to wade through the MSM excrement.

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  6. SW Richmond says:

    So now Assad has committed many chemical attacks recently? They will float new stories / new justifications until one sticks.

    Get out of Syria. Stay out of Syria.

    If you want to understand why “Assad must go”, all you need to do is a) look at a map of Europe and the ME, b) understand Russia’s political client states include Iran and Syria (plus most of the Caucasus, e.g. Georgia), c) understand that Europe’s single largest supplier of natural gas is Russia, and then d) try to figure out a way for the Saudis to build a nat gas pipeline to Europe (or to Turkey, or to the Black Sea, or to the Med) without transiting Russian-dominated territory. Hint: it cant be done.

    Now you know why Syria must be carved up, and why first “Assad must go”. If US “national interests” include financial interests, then we can attack anywhere at any time. Which is pretty much what we’ve been doing.

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    • Ganesh says:

      Uhhhhhh – Isn’t Iraq right in between Saudi Arabia and Turkey? Why don’t the Saudis just pipe it through there in answer to your question.? I believe, just like they do now?

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      • Ganesh says:

        Or maybe they could go through Jordan and Israel?

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      • SW Richmond says:

        Name the pipeline please, and its capacity.

        I misspoke: it is the Qataris who recently desired to build a pipeline to / towards Europe, which frankly the Saudis do not seem to want built, either. The Saudis produce and use domestically a lot ot nat gas, it figures in their energy independence strategy (imagine having an energy independence strategy!). There was a Qatar – Europe proposed project but it was (reportedly) nixed by Syria, and there was significant speculation that they did so at the behest of Russia. Qatar provides approx 20% of the world’s supply of exported natty. BTW, Japan has been a major importer of LNG since it shut down most of its nukes.

        There is a very interesting chart (Figure 20) contained in this document, showing what appear to be the significant cost penalties of LNG liquifaction and transport, versus “new Russian supply”: http://www.gastechnology.org/Training/Documents/LNG17-proceedings/6-3-Denis_Bonhomme.pdf. The chart argues for pipeline transport.

        That document also describes the reasons for growth of demand (“supply gap”) for European nat gas in coming years. The document also contains this statement, alluding to the need for additional pipeline supply:
        “In this initial case [based on no new Russian supply], Europe’s imports needs amount to 75 Bcm in 2020. If we assume that no additional volume from Russia are accessible, these import needs have to be fulfilled by flexible or spot LNG volumes from existing liquefaction plants, by LNG volumes from new projects and by pipeline gas from regions other than Russia. The flexible LNG volumes would be not in sufficient quantities to fill the whole gap, and new volumes from pipeline and LNG projects will be needed.”

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    • mikey says:

      I’m a follower of the “All Wars are Banker Wars” philosophy.

      Look at what countries are not on this list and what countries are always having trouble…Syria, N Korea, Iraq, Iran and Venezuela for instance.

      https://www.bis.org/about/member_cb.htm

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      • Deplorable_Infidel says:

        ““All Wars are Banker Wars” philosophy.”

        If you look back at real history and “follow the money” and ask “who profits from this particular war?”, than yes – it is something that you really cannot “un-see”.

        Author/ financial advisor James Dale Davidson (along with William Rees-Moog) has written about that for years.

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    • snellvillebob says:

      From Saudi Arabia to Jordan then Israel or Egypt. But would still need a Tanker to Europe. That might just be the best way since Syria, Turkey and all the Balkan countries would want a percentage of the oil that crossed each of their countries that nothing would be left for western Europe thru a pipeline.

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    • Deplorable_Infidel says:

      “Now you know why Syria must be carved up, and why first “Assad must go””

      There is another piece to the puzzle which is not being talked about today. However, you hit on it concerning “carving up” Syria!: Please allow me;

      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.

      1) From this article, the gerrymandered map of who controls what:

      https://www.lewrockwell.com/2018/04/david-stockman/the-deep-state-closes-in-on-the-donald-part-1/

      So we have multiple warring factions, each with their own objective. Sometimes their objective aligns with that of another faction, sometimes it does not.
      ———————————————–

      2) This seeming unrelated article (the Anthony Weiner laptop in NYC) has a 19 minute audio clip of Eric Prince. Starting at about 16 minutes in, he mentions the “Treaty of Lausanne”. It seems if these borders change, than Turkey gets to reclaim some of the lands lost after the Ottoman Empire collapsed.

      http://www.breitbart.com/radio/2016/11/04/erik-prince-nypd-ready-make-arrests-weiner-case/

      “The NYPD wanted to do a press conference announcing the warrants and the additional arrests they were making” in the Anthony Weiner investigation, but received “huge pushback” from the Justice Department.

      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Treaty_of_Lausanne
      ——————————————
      https://www.lewrockwell.com/2018/04/no_author/rep-duncan-speech-about-syria/

      3) Almost everything we have done in the Middle East over the last many years has been wrong…There has been fighting going on there for several thousand years…..
      Throughout history, other wars have been started over incidents or information that turned out to be false or greatly exaggerated.
      —————————-
      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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      • jb says:

        Ask yourself – why is Haley saying we will remain in Syria when Donald said precisely the opposite?

        Here is your aswer – whether it fits your preconceived notion or not . . .

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  7. The Ambassador kicked Brennan’s a$$ six ways to Sunday and beyond.

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    • Sharon says:

      I like her several months ago when they tried the sleep your way to the top bs with trump and she didn’t hold back! They haven’t tried that since then!🤣

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  8. SamlAdams says:

    Well done. And what an upgrade, in so many ways, over Slop Tits Powers. Sorry for the crassness, but having your shirts unbuttoned halfway down your chest is just not a good look.

    Liked by 6 people

  9. itsarickthing says:

    “…what it The Presidents’ state of mind”

    Mrs. Haley should have replied- “VSGPDJT’s state of mind is of restrained brilliance. He has you stating on National TV that Comey is a “Slimeball” to all your millions of viwers.”

    DAMN STRAIGHT 3-D CHESS!

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  10. frank field says:

    Again! This former never Trumper pulls off a great interview showing her skills and Trump well thought out policies.

    Well done!

    DRAIN IT

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  11. bob e says:

    Hard to slide one by Nikki. Good for you ma’am, Stand tall.

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  12. jmclever says:

    Love how Ambassador Haley said there would never be direct talks between Assad and U.S because Assad is not worthy of them! That statement speaks volumes about POTUS Trump’s foreign policy.

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  13. Can you imagine asking questions about Obama’s state of mind? What a slimeball thing to do. Up until then the interviewer was doing ok, but she just couldn’t stand not slandering our President. Kudos to Haley…great job.

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  14. golsono says:

    I read a comment here earlier that I can’t find again.
    We already have VSGPDJT.
    What was added was ‘restrained brilliant’
    That would then be RBVSGPDJT.
    Will soon a need a seperate acronym thread.
    Any thoughts on what may apply to the other players in this moment in history ?
    Would make it easier for future generations of ‘educators’ / ‘students’

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  15. bkeyser says:

    Having watched this interview after the Wallace interview, couple things jumped out at me:
    First, the hawkish position they both took regarding military action. I suspect this would not have been the case had they been interviewing Sam Power.

    Second, I was a little surprised at how uninformed both of them were in their questions and by seeming expressing surprise that we didn’t nuke them, or something. Since when have either of them heard Trump indicate he was looking to take out Assad or overthrow their government? Didn’t they go nuts over Bush doing this? Of course, they liked when Hillary turned Libya into a hellhole, so I guess it’s just more partisanship rather than seriousness.

    Third, Haley’s ability to parry both of their inanity with such ease was fun to watch. She’s a real pro and one of the few on the right.

    Lastly, Brennan has an apropos last name. What a hack that clown is. Having been clearly overmatched and underprepared for the knowledge -and class- that Haley brought, she goes guttersniping with a “What’s the state of mind of the President?” question. Guessing she won some favor on Twitter with leftists, but it came across as vengeful and childish after she’d been used as a mop in a public restroom by Haley.

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  16. Susan Ankrom says:

    Does Chris Wallace take himself seriously? Do my fellow Americans think of him as a serious interrogator?

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