Mike Pompeo Says Nikki Haley Secretly Plotted To End Trump

(FreedomBeacon.com)- In his upcoming memoir, Never Give an Inch: Fighting for the America I Love, former US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo allegedly took aim at Nikki Haley with insults.  He charged that she and another former Trump administration member were plotting to unseat Vice President Mike Pence.

A report reveals Pompeo complains about a time when Haley met personally in the Oval Office with Donald Trump when she was still serving as his ambassador to the UN.  Pompeo was enraged by the meeting and asserted that Haley had tricked John Kelly, the then-chief of staff of President Trump, into thinking she was meeting with the former president alone. She was flanked by Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump.

According to Kelly, they presented  Haley as the next Vice President idea.

According to Pompeo, he could not confirm it, but Kelly was convinced he had been duped and was not pleased.

According to the report, there was ongoing speculation about whether Trump thought about dumping Pence in favor of Haley as his running mate. In addition to making plays for the vice presidency, Pompeo also attacked Haley’s position in the Trump administration and the overall trajectory of her political career.

Pompeo disparages Haley’s performance in the UN ambassadorship, which he calls a job that is far less important than people think, and her writings as she explores a Presidential run.

Pompeo describes in the book that in October of 2018, Haley resigned, or as Pompeo put it, threw in the towel.  According to Pompeo, by resigning as governor of South Carolina, Haley abandoned Trump in the same way that she had her constituents of the state of South Carolina.

According to Pompeo, Haley has described her role as confronting tyrants head-on, but why would she leave such a crucial position at such a crucial moment if that’s the case?

According to reports, possible GOP 2024 Presidential candidates, other than Donald Trump, are Nikki Haley, Mike Pompeo, Mike Pence, Ron DeSantis, and Ted Cruz.