LETTERS
Haley a true friend

THE announcement by Nikki Haley last week that she is stepping down from her position as Americaís ambassador at the United Nations was a sad day not only for America, but especially Israel.

Like her president Donald Trump, Ms Haley has stood up to the Israel-bashing United Nations so many times and called them out for their total bias against Israel.

I hope the president can find someone of similar stature to fill the huge shoes she has left.

I think we should trust the president to find a worthy replacement because the president has filled his Republican team with so many friends of Israel, in Mike Pence, John Bolton and others.

Sadly, the same canít be said for the Democrats, which, like Corbyn's Labour Party, is riddled with people who demonise Israel.

It will be a very sad day for Israel if either of these two parties ever become the government again.

Getting back to Ms Haley, she will be back at some point and she said she will campaign for a second term for Donald Trump.

She could then be in a good position to become the president in 2024.

Thatís a long way off and Israel will face many challenges before then.

In the meantime, Iíd like to thank her for being a true friend to Israel and wish her all the success in whatever role she chooses next.

Keith Fairclough,
Whiston,
Merseyside.

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