Published: Sun, October 21, 2018
People | By Leon Thompson

Haley jokes about being called a ‘shiksa’

Haley jokes about being called a ‘shiksa’

Trump "said if I get stuck for laughs, just brag about his accomplishments", she continued.

While Haley appeared to bring the house down, both NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio and New York Governor Andrew Cuomo were met by boos when introduced to the guests.

It was the first major appearance Haley has made since she announced her impending resignation last week.

Haley made reference to Warren releasing her DNA test results showing she could be anywhere between 1/64th to 1/1,024th Native American. I get it, you wanted an Indian woman, but Elizabeth Warren failed her DNA test.

"In Syria, where the dictator uses chemicals weapons to murder innocent children, that is evil", the former Republican governor of SC said, adding, "In North Korea, where American student Otto Warmbier was tortured to death, that was evil".

"You're familiar with diplomatic immunity", she told de Blasio.

Among other jokes, Haley also shared a piece of advice President Trump gave her: "he said if I get stuck for laughs, just brag about his accomplishments-it really killed at the United Nations, I gotta tell you".

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During recent rallies to drum up support for Republican candidates ahead of the upcoming US November midterm elections, Trump has repeatedly painted Democratic opposition party members as "dangerous" and "extreme", Sputnik previously reported.

"I saw Jeff Sessions earlier today - not in NY". Jeff Flake (R) would have attended, but he wanted a week to have the "FBI look into it".

Haley later poked fun at the lack of free press in Iran saying, "They still think John Kerry is secretary of state".

Haley, 46, announced on October 9 that she is resigning from her United Nations post, effective at the end of the year.

"Everyone in Washington called me with advice about this speech - they all said the same thing, 'do not under any circumstances make any jokes about the president, '" Haley said. She has said she wanted to pay respect to her ancestors, as more of her relatives were dying. "We have some serious political differences here at home".

"In America, our political opponents are not evil", she pointed out, noting that crimes committed against political opponents in Syria and Sudan are real instances of evil.

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