Nikki Haley Would Promote Antiabortion Views As U.S. Ambassador To U.N., She Tells Senate Hearing

Sacramento Bee: Nikki Haley’s test at the U.N.: Is access to abortion a human right?
“If Nikki Haley is confirmed as Donald Trump’s ambassador to the United Nations, the strong opponent of abortion rights could be caught up in controversy over whether to define contraception and safe abortions as a human right for women, especially in developing countries. … In her confirmation hearing Wednesday, Haley told the Senate Foreign Relations Committee that she would bring her conservative views into her new role. ‘I am strongly pro-life, so anything we can do to keep from having abortions, or to keep them from not knowing what is available, I will support,’ she said…” (Bergengruen, 1/18).

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