Haley speaks on dangers of national security weakness at Hudson Institute: Watch live

Former U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley is slated to deliver remarks at the Hudson Institute on Wednesday about foreign policy and national security weaknesses amid the ongoing wars in the Middle East and Eastern Europe, as well as rising tension in Asia.

Haley, who suspended her 2024 White House bid in early March, has yet to endorse a candidate in the general election. Instead, she said it would be up to the presumptive GOP nominee — former President Trump — to earn her voters’ support.

Her address comes just more than a month after it was announced she would join the conservative think tank as an adviser and the institute’s Walter P. Stern chair. The post will likely help the former Trump official to keep a notable profile as she mulls a second presidential bid in 2028.

The event is scheduled to begin at 4 p.m. EDT.

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