Nikki Haley to Visit Israel for Solidarity Trip

By Hamodia Staff

Bumper stickers for then-presidential candidate Nikki Haley, seen during a campaign event in North Charleston, S.C., in January. (AP Photo/Sean Rayford)

Former U.S. presidential candidate and U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, Nikki Haley, will arrive in Israel on Monday for a solidarity visit.

During her stay, Haley will tour Gaza border communities, as well as towns in Israel’s north and south. She will also meet with Israeli leaders and defense officials.

MK Danny Danon, a former Israeli ambassador to the U.N. who served alongside Haley, will accompany her throughout her visit.

Meanwhile, on Wednesday, CNN reported that Haley intends to vote for former President Donald Trump in the upcoming November elections. While acknowledging that Trump “has not been perfect” on policies important to her, Haley criticized President Joe Biden’s administration as a “catastrophe.”

“So I will be voting for Trump,” she confirmed.

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