Nikki Haley Fires Back, Blasts New York Times Over Fake $50K Curtain Story

September 21, 2018Sep 21, 2018

President Trump has been criticized and scrutinized by the mainstream media since his campaign. Now, the jabs keep on coming even though he is living in the White House.

Recently, the New York Times reported a story about some extremely expensive and lavish windows treatments that were supposedly ordered for Nikki Haley's office. The curtains were said to cost over $52,000.

"The New York Times wrote about the pricey window treatment on Thursday, and while it appeared to pin the blame on the Trump administration, it said in the middle of the story that the purchase was made a few years back," reported the Washington Examiner.

Many people took to social media to voice their frustration and anger at the expensive curtains. A lot of critics accused the Trump administration of wasting money on things that simply cost too much.

Now, a bombshell has just dropped. After everyone was so upset, the news was revealed that the curtains were actually due to the Obama administration.

"The office of U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley said the $52,000 curtains installed in her New York office last year were bought by the Obama administration, not the Trump administration," according to reports.

Haley went on Fox News this week and discussed the story. Her words come just days after the New York Times was forced to correct their original story and admit the headline was phony.

“I hadn’t even taken the job when these curtains were picked out. And so, the idea that this came out, we told the reporters that these were the facts. They knew the facts and they released the story anyway,” said Haley.

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