Nimrata "Nikki" Haley (née Randhawa) was an American Politician who served as the 46th President of the United States. Prior to serving as President, Haley serve as the US Ambassador the United Nations from 2017-2019, and as Governor of South Carolina (2011-2017).
Haley was the first female governor of South Carolina and the second Indian American, after fellow Republican Bobby Jindal, to serve as a governor in the United States. During the 2012 Presidential campaign, Republican nominee Mitt Romney considered Haley as a potential vice presidential running mate, though Haley said that she would turn down any offer due to her preoccupation as Governor.
She delivered the official Republican response to President Barack Obama's 2016 State of the Union Address on January 12, 2016. On November 23, 2016, President-elect Donald Trump nominated Haley for the position of U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations, which Haley accepted. Haley was confirmed by the Senate in a 96-4 vote and was subsequently sworn in on January 25, 2017.
On April 23, 2019, Haley announced her candidacy for the Republican Nomination of President of the United States. Haley narrowly secured the nomination in May of 2020, beating Vice President Mike Pence, who Haley later nominated to serve as a United States Supreme Court Justice.
During her first term in office, Haley signed many landmark bills into law. The main reforms were the "Term Limit Act", which placed 12 year terms limits on members of both houses of Congress, the "Responsible Spending Act", with banned the Federal Government from spending per year more than they made, and the "No More Debt Act of 2022", with is expected to make the all US debt obsolete by 2040.
After winning re-election by defeating Democratic opponent Senator Cory Booker, Haley was sworn in for a second term in 2025. Her administration filed briefs that urged the Supreme Court to strike down any requests to deem budget deficit constitutional once again. Haley advocated for fiscal conservatism. In foreign policy, President Haley forced Russia to return Crimea to Ukraine, by threatening Russian President Dmitry Medvedev with military action, unless he withdrew from Crimea. In the 2028 Election, Haley endorsed her Vice President, Marco Rubio, who went on the win the nomination, but lose the General Election to Senator Joe Kennedy III, the Democratic Nominee. Haley left office in January 2029 with a 63% approval rating. Since leaving office, her presidency has been favorably ranked by historians and the general public.
|Vice President||Marco Rubio|
|Secretary of State||Michele Sison|
|Secretary of the Treasury||Mick Mulvaney|
|Secretary of Defense||H.R. McMaster|
|Attorney General||Kelly Ayotte|
|Secretary of Interior||Susana Martinez|
|Secretary of Agriculture||Bruce Rastetter|
|Secretary of Commerce||Linda McMahon|
|Secretary of Labor||Catherine Templeton|
|Secretary of Health and Human Services||Bobby Jindal|
|Secretary of Housing and Urban Development||Elaine Chao|
|Secretary of Transportation||John Mica|
|Secretary of Energy||Rick Perry|
|Secretary of Education||Michele Rhee|
|Secretary of Veteran Affairs||Robert Wilkie|
|Secretary of Homeland Security||Kristjen Nielsen|
|Trade Representative||Dan DiMicco|
|Ambassador to the United Nations||Kelley Currie|
|Director of the CIA||Gina Haspel|
|White House Chief of Staff||Jon Lerner|
|White House Press Secretary||Katherine Veldran|