Former UN Ambassador Nikki Haley is charging a whopping $200,000 per speaking gig

Former UN Ambassador Nikki Haley is charging a whopping $200,000 per speaking gig
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Former UN Ambassador Nikki Haley is charging a whopping $200,000 per speaking gig
Former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley is quoting $200,000 and the use of a private jet for domestic speaking engagements, according to people with knowledge of the arrangement. Engagements outside the United States could cost considerably more, these people said.
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