SIMI VALLEY — Former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley swooped into the Reagan Library Friday night, Oct. 14, to plug her new book, but in front of a friendly, conservative crowd, the conversation sounded a lot more like a woman with the presidency in her sights.
“If it looks like there’s a place for me, I’ll give one-thousand percent and I’ll finish it,” she said, answering a question from Reagan Library Executive Director John Heubusch at the tale end of an hour-long conversation that started with her new book but morphed into several issues of the moment of particular interest to conservatives.
That question, put to the former South Carolina governor, was actually a two-parter. A) Will former President Trump run for the presidency again in 2024, and B) What will she do if he doesn’t?
On the former, Haley — picked by Trump during her second term as…