It was an intense week of impeachment hearings on Capitol Hill. Yet, it appears most Republicans are still standing by the President .
One of those Trump supporters not impressed by the proceedings was former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley.
Earlier this week, Nikki Haley joined The Fox News Rundown to weigh in on the Democrats ongoing impeachment inquiry against Donald Trump. While she didn't think it was "good practice" for the President to ask the Ukraine president to investigate former Vice President Joe Biden, she told host Dave Anthony that she did not think Democrats proved her former boss committed an "impeachable" act.
The former South Carolina governor also discussed her time working for the President and the battles she had with some of the Trump detractors she came across while in his administration.
Many of the stories she shared are included in her new book, "With All Due Respect".
Her conversation with Dave Anthony was extensive and due to time, we could not fit it all in our original segment.
On the Fox News Rundown Extra, you'll the hear our full conversation with Nikki Haley. She discusses her time as South Carolina Governor and how she dealt with the aftermath of the 2015 deadly shooting at Charleston's Mother Emanuel AME Church.
Also, she explains why her scheduled appearance on NBC's "Today Show" the morning after the 2016 election was abruptly cancelled after Donald Trump's surprising win.