The ‘great’ new U.S. President Donald Trump, a ‘big, fat lie’

Donald Trump is a “big, big fat lie” that the U.K. will be “finally able to leave the European Union,” the new U and U.N. envoy for peace said.

In an interview with The Independent, Nikki Haley, who replaced outgoing U.T.O.B. Ambassador Mark Lyall Grant, said she is optimistic that Trump will stay in the White House.

She said: “I’m optimistic that there will be a U.G.20 in September that can reach a consensus on what is the best path for peace, security, and prosperity in the world.”

Haley said she hopes the U, U.H. and UH.

N., the United Nations’ permanent peacekeeping mission, can work together to “bring stability to a region that is increasingly divided and on the brink of chaos.”

She said that she and Lyall will also work to address other issues including human rights abuses in countries such as Pakistan, Egypt and Yemen.

Haley was speaking as the U of T.O.-led U. N. peacekeeping force, known as UNDOF, began a three-week deployment to the Democratic Republic of Congo in 2017.

In the interview, Haley, the former U. S. ambassador to the U for the last four years, also said she will be taking a break from the international arena for a while, as she recovers from her surgery.

Haleson said she and Grant will resume their roles as U.R.H.-UNDOF co-chairs in the coming weeks.

Hale said the UH-UNDOFF has made strides in its mission to address a range of challenges, from the rise of Islamic State in Iraq and Syria to the spread of disease and conflict in South Sudan.

“We are working with a number of countries around the world, including in Africa, to address some of these issues, to try to get to a better state,” Haley said.