“The actions of the president post-Election Day were not great. What happened on January 6th was not great,” Haley added. “Does he deserve to be impeached? Absolutely not.”

When Ingraham pressed if Haley would vote against impeachment if she were in the Senate, Trump’s former ambassador answered: “Absolutely.”

“I don’t think there is a basis for impeachment,” Haley claimed, before suggesting that Trump was more of a victim and unfairly targeted by the historically large bipartisan House majority that impeached him. “The idea that there — they didn’t even have a hearing in the House. They will bring about impeachment, yet they say they are for unity. They beat him up before he got into office. They are beating him up after he leaves office. At some point, give the man a break. I mean, move on.”