Hillary Clinton continually pleads with her fellow Americans to let her become the first female President of the United States of America and we’ve wisely chosen to avoid that occurrence. For some that is an indication that us males are so stuck in our rut against feminism as to fail to see a quality candidate who is female.
How about if we look at a female who has shown she has everything necessary to claim that mantle as our first female President of the United States of America? That lady would be Nikki Haley, our current Ambassador to the United Nations and former Governor of South Carolina from 2011 to 2017. She also happens to be Indian-American, is a graduate of Clemson University and is an Aquarius which makes me happy given that she and I share the same sign albeit with me having that sign for a much longer time than she.
Her full name is Nimrata Nikki Randhawa Haley, born on January 20, 1972, in Bamburg, So. Carolina. Her parents are Sikh immigrants from Punjab, India. She is a graduate of Clemson University, holds her Bachelor of Science in Accounting and helped her mother grow Exotica International, an upscale clothing business into a multimillion-dollar company (info courtesy of Biography.com).
This is one excellent lady who has the experience to be a great President. That can easily be contrasted to Hillary Clinton who loses in virtually every comparison to Nikki Haley. She has been upwardly mobile in public service roles and won entry into the South Carolina House of Representatives in 2004. She is an anti-tax fiscal conservative who won election to the Governor’s office in November 2010.
This could become the first head-to-head female Presidential race in our country’s history, and Hillary would have a tough, tough time overcoming Nikki Haley and her accomplishments and her squeaky-clean history.
Admittedly, we are likely another full term of President Trump away from needing to think seriously about a Republican candidate for the office of the President. She voted for him after some back and forth, so I suspect he could be an ardent supporter of her, as he has been to now if she were to make these decisions and put the various things necessary into motion.
She would be the perfect Republican response to whining Hillary Clinton. If the Democrats found themselves up against the ‘Hillary or else’ situation in the middle of Trump’s second term, Nikki Haley would be the perfect candidate. Can you even imagine a better match-up for Republicans? She also was very much behind President Trump’s decision to support Jerusalem as Isreal’s capital.
There will be a first woman President of the United States of America, and that simply cannot be Hillary Clinton given her and her family’s history. We simply could not do that to our world reputation let alone to ourselves. This is, frankly, a golden opportunity to show faith in a Southern candidate, a woman who has demonstrated she is ready, a member of an East Indian faith, has everything Hillary wished she had but doesn’t, and to become the first woman President in our country’s history.
This has to be a political trifecta; it would be good for this nation, as well as its place in the world, and would forever blunt the Democrat rant about Republicans hating women. And, it is simply an extension of President Trump’s faith in her as already demonstrated.