Former United Nations Ambassador Nikki Haley blasted "Anonymous," the so-called senior member of the Trump administration who penned an OpEd in the New York Times about being part of "resistance" within the White House.
According to Haley, Anonymous needs to come forward and reveal themselves.
“I don’t know what to think about Anonymous. When I think about it, it’s really offensive to me because here you’ve got a person hiding behind a curtain just throwing stones and I think it’s arrogant, it’s cowardly, and I don’t know what the end game is," Haley told Fox News's Dana Perino. "But my issue is if it was that important, show us your face, show us your voice and stand in front of the world and say what you’re going to say. But to really hide behind a curtain like this, why would anybody trust Anonymous?”
When the opinion piece was first published, people originally thought Hayley was Anonymous. She Immediately took to Twitter and cleared the air to make it known it was not her, even though no one in the White House asked her to do so.
She found the OpEd to be "offensive" because "there were a lot of us trying to do really good work there and then here you have someone who secretly goes out and says that and causes the stir that was so unnecessary."
According to Hayley, everyone in the White House was suspicious because Anonymous could be "anybody that worked in the White House." At the end of the day though, she said the president knew she was "committed" to him and his administration.
Anonymous has a book set to be released next week which is being publicized as a "tell-all" type of book about President Trump and his administration.