The Senate voted to confirm Nikki Haley as ambassador to the United Nations on Tuesday, making her the fourth person in President Trump's cabinet to be approved. Haley was the governor of South Carolina and was approved easily with a vote of 96-4. Republicans are voicing their concern with a process they think is being slowed for political reasons. "Our Democratic friends need to get over the fact that the election is over and now we have the responsibility of governing—hopefully, together. But instead so far they've just chosen to obstruct and foot-drag, and to me one of the most shameful and reckless parts of this is the way in which they delayed the confirmation of an important member of President Trump's National Security Cabinet," said Sen. John Cornyn of Texas, the second-ranking Republican leader.