China took 'naive' US for a ride, America now learning who are its real friends: Indian-American diplomat Nikki Haley
Haley asserted that the Indo-Pacific Strategy of the Trump administration has been a real game changer for India-US relationship.
Twice elected as the Governor of South Carolina, Haley said, “In much of the Democratic Party, it’s now fashionable to say that America is racist. That is a lie. America is not a racist country."
US is not racist, it's a story that's work in progress: Indian-American politician Nikki Haley at RNC
Haley is the only Indian-American listed so far to be speaking at the Republican National Convention which on Thursday.
Haley, 48, the two-term Governor of South Carolina, is the only Indian-American leader to be featured in the list of RNC speakers released by the Trump campaign on Sunday.
More than 40,000 people have signed the 'Stop Communist China' petition by Friday night, hours after being launched by the Indian-American politician who has set a goal of getting 100,000 signatures.
As compared to China, the number of confirmed coronavirus infections in the US on Thursday jumped to 240,000 and the fatalities rose over 5,900.
Haley said that she is proud to see Trump and First Lady Melania travel to India.
FIACONA in a statement thanked the White House for telling the media that Trump will raise the issue of religious freedom with Modi.
Scores of world leaders, even those representing America's closest friends, remain wary of Trump.
Hillary Clinton made a surprise appearance at the Grammy Awards and took part in a comedy bit taking a jab at US President Donald Trump.
Abbas had previously said the United States could no longer play any role in the Middle East peace process after Trump's move.
The UN envoy was responding to an allegation made against Trump in a controversial book 'Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House' by author Michael Wolff that hit the stores on Friday.
Trump's latest remarks appeared to be a pivot away from his often-bellicose rhetoric on North Korea and Kim, but Haley said there was "no turnaround" in the US stance.
As ambitious as Lucifer: Controversial book on White House claims that Nikki Haley harbours presidential ambitions
The book by Michael Wolff claims that the Indian-American politician has an eye on the presidency and Trump is seen to be grooming her for a national political future.
Tens of thousands gathered in cities across Iran on Wednesday in a massive show of support for the regime after days of deadly unrest, state television showed.