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Nikki Haley Says Trump's Accusers Should Be Heard

Nikki Haley Says Trump's Accusers Should Be Heard

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"Women who accuse anyone should be heard", Haley said on CBS News' "Face the Nation".

Speaking on CBS's "Face the Nation," Haley was asked by moderator John Dickerson about the cultural reckoning that is happening on the issue of sexual harassment and assault, including the recent resignations of three members of Congress who have been accused of sexual misconduct.

"They should be heard, and they should be dealt with", Haley said. "So when we see it, we call them out on it". "And I think any woman who has felt violated or felt mistreated in any way, they have every right to speak up", Haley, who seen as a future presidential hopeful, said.

President Donald Trump's administration continued to defend Sunday his decision to recognize Jerusalem as Israel's capital and move the USA embassy from Tel Aviv to the holy city. "All we did was say this isn't something that we're going to allow to happen in the middle of your negotiations".

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He also receives a speaking fee from a Russian government-run television network that US officials consider a propaganda outlet. Mueller's charging documents state bluntly that Flynn interfered with the FBI's inquiry into Trump-Russia collusion.

When asked if Mr. Trump's move to recognize Jerusalem as the capital and begin the early stages of moving the USA embassy in Israel to the city would further inflame tensions and disrupt work on the peace process, Haley said, "I think that when you recognize the truth, when both parties recognize reality, peace comes". "The American people, I think, spoke very loud and clear when they elected this President". He didn't talk about borders.

Trump's announcement in the White House's Diplomatic Reception Room came as allies warned that the move could lead to violence and protests in the Middle East. Trump clarified that the policy shift was not to be equated with picking sides in the boundary disputes that have plagued Palestinian-Israeli relations for decades. "It's not for the Americans to decide".

"We don't need other countries telling us what's right and wrong", she added, after being asked about backlash from the U.N. General Assembly. "I think the Senate has to look at who's fit to serve in the Senate". "And we're going to support that process".

During an appearance on CNN's State of the Union this morning, US Ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley was grilled by host Jake Tapper on the move, with the CNN anchor pressing her to explain how exactly this move helps the peace process between Palestinians and Israel. "He just took it off the table", she said.

Israel captured and annexed East Jerusalem in the 1967 Six-Day War.

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