The New Sheriff at the U.N. – Send A Girl In To Do A Tough Job

The New Sheriff at the U.N. – Suzanne Fields

“She’s blunt without being brash, and neither shy about giving the Russians the cold shoulder nor making it clear that the United States stands with Israel, not with the wolves that look for opportunities to mock, belittle and scorn the Jewish state…..

They were married in two ceremonies, one Sikh and the other Methodist. She has a gift for mocking politically correct attitudes and describes herself as “South Carolina’s first minority governor and the first girl governor.” She relishes delivering a memorable one-liner. “I wear heels,” she famously said, “but it’s not a fashion statement. It’s because if I see something wrong, we’re gonna kick ’em every time.” In her first public appearance at the U.N., she warned, “For those who don’t have our backs, we’re taking names.”

…No one in the administration has been as rough and tough on Russia. “We should never trust Russia,” she remarked. This independence is the mark of the woman. And she said: “The president has not once called me and said, ‘Don’t beat up on Russia.’ … I am beating up on Russia.”

The president has the independent voice he says he wants. The message may be that when you want the job done well, send a girl.”

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