Nikki Haley, who was the ambassador to the United Nations under former President Donald Trump, spoke out this week to say that it was a “terrible mistake” that Joe Biden spent much of his first one hundred days in office erasing as many of his predecessors policies as he could.

While appearing on “Glenn Beck Podcast,” Haley said that there was one Trump victory that Biden will never be able to get rid of.

“He just reversed everything,” Haley said of Biden. “But the part that he can’t erase, and it’s really a point of pride, I think, is the Abraham Accords, because this was an amazing thing. Many presidents before Trump had said that the only way to get peace in the Middle East was through the Palestinians.”

“The president went to his first foreign policy speech, it was to the Arab Summit, and he said, ‘I want us to unite against terrorism,” meaning, translation, I want us to unite against Iran,” she continued. “He got the attention of the Arab countries. Then he started to acknowledge truths: Jerusalem is the capital of Israel. We’re going to have Israel’s back. This is what Israel can do for you.”

“I had a meeting, I and the British ambassador had a meeting with the Saudi and the Emirati ambassador, and they were complaining, you know, ‘Why doesn’t anybody call out the Houthis for the terrorist organization that they are? Why are they always hitting us?’ And I stopped them and I said, ‘You know, I could make the same case for Hamas and Israel,'” Haley added. “We went on with the meeting, and they pulled me aside afterwards, and they said, ‘We know you’re right.'”

“So I asked, ‘Why do you hit Israel the way you do?’ The Emirati said, ‘We do it because we have to for our constituencies,’ and I said, ‘At some point you’re going to have to have the courage to tell your constituencies the truth.’ You fast-forward to the Abraham Accords, and that was the Emiratis having the courage to tell their constituencies the truth,” she concluded.