Nikki Haley, former US Ambassador to the United Nations, has named two of the best whites called domestic workers to undermine President Donald Trump.
In a new book, Ms. Haley, then-Chief of Staff John Kelly and then-Foreign Minister Rex Tillerson, said she should oppose some of Mr. Trump's demands.
They reportedly had "tried to save the country".
There was no immediate comment from Mr. Tillerson. Mr Kelly said he wanted the President to be fully informed.
"When referring to" resistance "and" standstill "means to set up a staffing process … to ensure that [Mr Trump] knows all the pros and cons of [Mr Trump] What political decision could he consider to make an informed decision to be convicted and then guilty as a defendant? "Kelly told CBS.
Trump tweeted about his approval of the book and wrote: [GoodluckNikki!
What does she say in the book?
Ms. Haley says that Mr. Kelly and Mr. Tillerson told her they were "not subordinate, they were trying to save the country."
"It was her decisions," she wrote in her book, "With All Due Respect," which the Washington Post had seen prior to its release on Tuesday.
Mr Tillerson, she added: Ms Haley, 47, said that her people would die if the President were not held back. She rejected Mr K.'s request, elly and Mr Tillerson, calling it "dangerous" and "offensive".
"Instead of telling me that, you should have told the president without asking me to join your sidebar plan," she told CBS.
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- How Nikki Haley stirred up the UN
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The former ambassador stated that she did not agree with the president at a summit in Helsinki on dealing with Russian President Vladimir Putin in 2017
She also wrote that his comments were "hurtful and dangerous" after the deadly rally of the White Commanders in Charlottesville in 2017 that there were good people on "both sides." A counter-protestant, Heather Heyer, was at
But Ms. Haley also said she supported a number of Trump's policies that others in the government rejected – such as his decisions to pull the US out of a nuclear deal with Iran and withdraw from Paris climate deal.  In an interview with CBS, she also criticized the House democrat's steps to impeach the president and said impeachment was "like the death penalty for civil servants".