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Nikki Haley selected as UN Ambassador of US by President-elect Donald Trump

South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley has been selected as United States Ambassador to the United Nations by the President-elect Donald Trump. Nikki Haley is the first woman selected for a top-level administration post during Trump White House transition so far.

Nikki Haley has accepted Trump's offer to be his ambassador to the United Nations. In a statement Wednesday morning, Haley stated "I usually expected to finish the final two years of my 2nd term as governor," but she was "moved to accept this new challenge" out of a "sense of duty."

Nikki Haley Chosen as U.N. Ambassador
"Governor Haley has a demonstrated success record of bringing people collectively irrespective of history or party affiliation to move crucial regulations ahead for the betterment of her state and our great country," Trump said in a statement. "She is likewise a established dealmaker, and we look to be making plenty of offers. She can be a great leader representing us in the world."

Haley 44, is a two-time governor who to begin with sponsored Trump rivals Sen. Marco Rubio and then Sen. Ted Cruz during the GOP struggle for a White House nominee.

At the United Nations, Haley, might face a bunch of seemingly intractable troubles, from violent extremism and nuclear threats to cyber safety, international poverty, and overseas entanglements in Syria and Iraq.

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