Sunday evening, United Nations Ambassador Nikki Haley posted a message on Twitter reporting hateful comments directed to her family by the LGBTQ community while attending the “Pride March” in New York City that afternoon.
The incident happened as Haley, her son, Nalin, and others were leaving a Manhattan eatery after having lunch there.
She did not elaborate on the exact comments that were thrown at them.
“We,incl my son, were booed by patrons saying hateful things as we left lunch @ Pride Parade.Our country is better than this. #HateNeverWins”
We,incl my son, were booed by patrons saying hateful things as we left lunch @ Pride Parade.Our country is better than this. #HateNeverWins
— Nikki Haley (@nikkihaley) June 25, 2017
Haley also posted the following photo on her Instagram account, taken at the event Sunday, showing her standing with the group she was with, including her teenage son, Nalin.
The New York City Pride March is an annual event in honor of gay pride month, and many activists who claim they are part of the “Resistance” against Trump have propelled the marches.
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