Nikki Haley affirms her continued support of President Trump after her resignation as U.S. ambassador to the United Nations. She joined others as a special guest in the Trump Victory Committee’s Fall Retreat, along with Sen. Cory Gardner (R-Colo.), Donald Trump Jr., and Kimberly Guilfoyle,” this weekend.

On Friday, talking to Fox News, she praised President Trump ‘s foreign record including his success in the elimination of ISIS and dealings with other national security issues. 

She said: “If you look around the world, President Trump has a record every American should be proud of,” she said. “In the Middle East, the ISIS caliphate has been destroyed, and we’ve stopped handing billions in cash to Iran that it used to fund terrorism. The North Korean regime is no longer testing long-range missiles. America is once again treating the Cuban dictatorship like the pariah it is, and Maduro’s days are numbered in Venezuela.”

She added, “America is strong again, and it’s because of President Trump’s decisions.”

Haley expressed her full support of the re-election campaign of the president and assured her further partnership with the campaign, reported Fox.

The 47-year-old Haley was named as ambassador to the U.N. by President Donald Trump, and served from January 2017 until December 2018. Upon her leaving, Haley has served on board of directors at Boeing Co. and formed the Stand for America policy group.

She stands on the same page with the Trump administration on various national issues.

In her tweet on July 14, she expressed her disgust toward silent Democrats, questioning why they could have no words after protesters pulled the American flag down at an Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) facility in Colorado on July 12.

Recently she made her position on the story of the Bidens in response to Kamala Harris’s opinion on the same issue.