If confirmed, Nauert would replace Nikki Haley, who is leaving the post at the end of the year. She is probably most well known for the time she cited D-Day — the Allied invasion of Normandy against the Nazis — when discussing America's strong relationship with Germany.
D-Day is not really the thing you want to cite when you're talking about the strength of the relationship between the U.S. and Germany. pic.twitter.com/UOCoGY5bSH
— Maddow Blog (@MaddowBlog) June 7, 2018She doesn't have a long track record of discussing United States foreign policy but the little we do know suggests neocon leanings.
In April 2018, Nauert voiced support for Saudi Arabian-led intervention in Yemen. She also condemned "Iran’s malign influence" in Yemen. In May 2018, Nauert said in response to the Gaza border protests: "We oppose actions against Israel at the International Criminal Court (...) because it does not help the cause for peace."