The Trump administration has been littered by resignations by high profile employees from Sean Spicer to Rex Tiller and today, Trump lost another.
Nikki R. Haley, who was the US ambassador to the United Nations, has resigned from her post
Ms Haley was a former governor of South Carolina and had been a critic of the President prior to her appointment in November 2016.
The former ambassador was quick to give her views on things and was looked to for guidance on different issues.
She was also not afraid to tackle her boss when she felt it was necessary especially as regards his foreign policy and his relationship with other world powers.
Haley is an immigrant who was born Nimrata Randhawa to Indian parents before she converted to Christianity
President Trump thanked her for her service also stating that she would be leaving the post at the end of the year after doing “an incredible job”.
She was also told by Trump that she could come back at any time in another capacity.
Haley thanks the President saying; “Thank you, Mr President. It has been an honour of a lifetime,”
She has also stated that she would not be seeking election in 2020 and will be campaigning for Trump.