Who is Heather Nauert?

Heather Nauert is currently a spokesperson for the State Department. A former Fox & Friends host, she came into the role with no policy or political experience.

A few months after President Trump said he wanted Nauert to become UN ambassador, she abruptly pulled herself out of the running. As UN ambassador, Nauert would have been tasked with advising President Trump on foreign policy, representing the U.S. on the global stage, negotiating deals with other countries, and advancing human rights for all people. But she has a troubling perspective on human rights. At Fox News and as State Department Spokesperson, she’s repeatedly and consistently supported the Trump-Pence administration’s harmful agenda and espoused racist, anti-Muslim, anti-immigrant, anti-LGBTQ, and anti-reproductive health rhetoric.

We... look forward to [Nauert] defending the administration’s pro-life priorities at the UN.

Tony Perkins

Family Research Council President & U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom Commissioner

U.S. Department of State

The State Department advises the president and represents the United States in international affairs and foreign policy issues.

Here's what Heather Nauert would have controlled as UN Ambassador

Here's what Heather Nauert would have controlled as UN Ambassador
Here's what Heather Nauert would have controlled as UN Ambassador