Nikki Haley Urges Joe Biden To Resign and 'Take Kamala With Him'

Former U.S. Ambassador Nikki Haley has called on President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris to resign.

She warned that America's adversaries would do "whatever they wanted" if the U.S. continued, in her view, looking weak.

Speaking on Fox News' Guy Benson Show, Haley said both Biden and Harris needed to step down immediately. She criticized the way the administration was handling the possibility of Russia invading Ukraine.

She also insisted China would be looking at how the U.S. deals with Russia to get an idea of how they could behave when it comes to Taiwan.

"But if it feels like Putin is able to get away with something again in Ukraine[...] you know that Beijing is watching the world reaction extremely closely," Benson said.

"If they sense like they can get away with something similar, Taiwan will fall, there are consequences beyond the immediate circumstance[...] regimes elsewhere calculating what they may be able to get away with."

Haley then called on Biden to resign and take Harris with him or risk America looking weak on the international stage.

"It is really important that everybody look at the end of the Olympics, Haley said.

"The reason I pushed so hard for a boycott of the Beijing Olympics is because [if China and Russia] get a pass, if we get past these Olympics and we still look weak, they are going to do whatever they want because they can.

"That is the danger as part of the next three years, honestly for the good of our country, if Biden loved our country he would step down and take Kamala with him.

"This is because the foreign policy at this point is beyond dangerous at this point

"When you don't have a strong America you don't have a safe world and that is what is getting ready to happen.

"My only hope and prayer is that they get it together and realize this isn't about America, this isn't about NATO, this is about all of us.

"This is about safety, strength and about freedom winning."

Benson then asked for clarification from Haley on whether she really wanted Biden to step down. The former ambassador proceeded to list what she believed to be failures in Biden's first year as President.

"Look at the situation, we are in a dangerous situation," Haley said.

"[Biden] destroyed Afghanistan, he has put us in a situation with Russia, he has no plan for Taiwan and you are sending our athletes over to Beijing for the Olympics and you have said nothing about how you are going to protect them when you are over there.

"They have literally been threatened and told if they say anything against the government they will be punished.

"Where is the protection for Americans? He has failed on every level."

Biden has faced criticism following his speech on January 20, where he insisted the U.S. and its allies would ensure there were economic consequences for Russia if they moved troops into Russia.

Biden also insisted that Russian President Vladimir Putin was clear of the U.S. stance on the matter.

"[Putin] has no misunderstanding. If any assembled Russian units move across the Ukrainian border, that is an invasion," Biden said.

"It would be met with severe and coordinated economic response that I've discussed in detail with our allies, as well as laid out very clearly for President Putin.

"But there is no doubt, let there be no doubt at all that if Putin makes this choice, Russia will pay a heavy price."

Biden also insisted that the U.S. and its allies needed to be prepared for non-military action from Russia, such as cyberattacks.

Newsweek has contacted the White House for comment.

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Joe Biden speaks during a meeting with private sector CEOs in the State Dining Room of the White House on January 26, 2022 in Washington, DC. Nikki Haley speaks at a campaign event for U.S. Sen. Martha McSally (R-AZ) on October 12, 2020 in Scottsdale, Arizona. Haley called on Biden to resign while speaking on the Guy Benson Show Drew Angerer and Christian Petersen/Getty Images