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CNN's Dana Bash high on Nikki Haley's 'I don't get confused' quote, Matthew Dowd not so much

As Twitchy reported Tuesday, UN Ambassador Nikki Haley spit hot fire after White House economic advisor Larry Kudlow suggested she might have been suffering from some “momentary confusion” with regard to the status of sanctions against Russia.

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“With all due respect, I don’t get confused,” Haley fired back in a statement, prompting an apology from Kudlow, who explained, “the policy was changed and she wasn’t told about it, so she was in a box.”

CNN’s Dana Bash admitted she was a little late getting around to praising Haley’s statement, but she considers it “one of the best by a female leader.”

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MSNBC’s Nicole Wallace agreed with Bash:

National scold Matthew Dowd would like Wallace and company to put to rest any ideas of Haley running for president in 2020, though; Trump is just too popular.

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No, let’s keep going with the Haley talk — the Haley 2024 talk, to be more precise.

(By the way, any advice today from Dowd for the Dems on newly announced 2020 prospect Eric Holder? How’s that primary shaping up?)


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