On Sunday morning during an interview on CBS's Face the Nation, Nikki Haley, the ex-governor of SC and the current U.S. Ambassador to the UN, temporarily broke from the administration's denial of sexual misconduct allegations against the president, by stating that those accusations against Trump "should be heard".
"I strongly believe this is going to move the ball forward in the peace process", Haley said.
During an interview on Face the Nation over the weekend, Haley said that she was "proud" of women who have spoken out about sexual harassment across the country in recent months. "They should be heard and they should be dealt with, and I think we heard them prior to the election", she said.
After being asked about those claims, she said, "I know that he was elected, but women should always feel comfortable coming forward".
Haley's comment also diverges from her Republican Party, which has been more than enthusiastic asking Democrat senators accused of sexual misconduct to resign while they protect Trump and Roy Moore, the former Alabama state judge who is the Republican nominee in the December 12 United States Senate special election in Alabama against Democratic nominee Doug Jones.
On the question of why Trump chose to move the US embassy to Jerusalem right now, given the current situation of the Middle East, Haley said that it "is a move the American people have asked for for 22 years".
According to Trump, the U.S. State Department has been told to begin preparations for the relocation of the U.S. embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem. "It is also the right thing to do".
"Today, we finally acknowledge the obvious: that Jerusalem is Israel's capital", Trump said Wednesday. One woman, Summer Zevos, a contestant on Trump's reality show, "The Apprentice", sued, contending that Trump's denials of her accusations amount to false and defamatory statements.
Last October, Trump said all his accusers would be sued after the presidential election. "And I think the time has come". "The American people, I think, spoke very loud and clear when they elected this president". He didn't talk about boundaries. He didn't get into any of that because the final status of Jerusalem is between the Palestinians and the Israelis.