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Media piles on Nikki Haley after misinterpreted Confederate flag remarks go viral

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Several members of the media slammed former U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley over remarks she made during a recent interview about the Confederate flag.

In a clip that went viral, Haley recalled the dark chapter as the South Carolina governor in the aftermath of the 2015 Charleston church shooting and how the tragedy sparked numerous debates, including the Confederate flag, which she had removed from the state's capitol building.

"South Carolina fell to our knees when this happened. This is one of the oldest African-American churches. These twelve people were amazing people. They loved their church. They loved their family. They loved their community," Haley said. "And here is this guy who comes out with his manifesto holding the Confederate flag and just hijacked everything that people thought of."

"We don't have hateful people in South Carolina. There's always the small minority that's always going to be there. But people saw it as service and sacrifice and heritage. But once he did that, there was no way to overcome it," she went on.

Haley also described how "the national media" attempted to "define what happened" by making the tragedy about things like racism, gun control and the death penalty, and how she had to push them away to allow her state to grieve.


Full Article: https://www.foxnews.com/media/nikki-haley-confederate-flag.amp

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