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US Lie Generator Nikki Haley Asks Reporters to 'Focus on Facts'

Nikki Haley's definition of "facts": When reporters write nice things about her

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We all remember the tragic day when US Ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley was muzzled by the State Department. 

Results were immediate and devastating.

<figcaption>Twitter's treasure</figcaption>
Twitter's treasure

Once a must-read emporium of neocon ravings, her Twitter account is now a boring smorgasbord of selfies and praise for Ivanka Trump. 

Even more concerning, there are no more PowerPoint presentations about orphans gassed by Assad the Terrible or CNN outbursts about made-up statements that Russian diplomats never said. 

Yes, it seems that despite her best efforts to provoke a world war, Nikki Haley has been relegated to posting family photos on Twitter. 

And now this same crazy lady who was repudiated by Rex Tillerson for talking nonsense has a message: Reporters should focus on facts rather than editorializing!

This rabbit hole of hilarity is deep and amazing. Haley was responding to a twitter love message from the world's most insufferable neocon blowhard, Bill Kristol:

And Kristol is referring to an editorial published by Commentary Magazine which editorializes:

Nikki Haley has the clarity of vision and political gumption to call corruption by its name.

Focusing on the facts — and retweeted by Nikki Haley, who demands all reporters stop editorializing. 

Don't act like you're surprised. It's Nikki Haley. 

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