U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley said Thursday on "The Story" that the New York Times knew the truth about the purchase of curtains in Haley's official New York City residence.

The Times ripped Haley over the fact the curtains in her Turtle Bay penthouse cost more than $50,000 to the taxpayer.

However, the curtains were purchased by the Obama administration for Haley's predecessor.

"We're stopping stories every day that aren't truthful," Haley said. "I hadn't even taken the job when these curtains were being picked up."


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She said that reporters at the Gray Lady "knew the facts but released the story anyway."

Haley said that despite a clarification by the Times, and that the true origin of the curtains was buried several paragraphs down in the story, the "damage was done."

In regard to the ongoing situation involving Judge Brett Kavanaugh and Dr. Christine Blasey Ford -- who accused him of a 1982 sexual assault -- Haley said the entire thing "turns [her] stomach."

"Miss Ford needs to be heard, but Brett Kavanaugh needs to be heard," she said.

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