When asked about the state of her relationship with President Donald Trump, U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley gave reporters a thumbs up on Wednesday and said, \u201cIt\u2019s perfect.\u201d\r\nHaley has been caught up in the latest Trump administration internal battle after she said on CBS\u2019 \u201cFace the Nation\u201d that the administration would soon announce new sanctions on Russia in response to the Syria chemical weapons attack. Haley\u2019s statement was\u00a0walked back\u00a0on Monday by the White House, which said Trump was still weighing further sanctions.\r\n\u00a0\r\nLarry Kudlow, the director of the National Economic Council, escalated the flap on Tuesday when he told reporters during a Florida news conference that Haley's announcement was the result of \u201cmomentary confusion."\r\nHaley fired back on Tuesday evening, saying, \u201cWith all due respect, I don\u2019t get confused." Kudlow called and apologized to Haley, a White House official speaking on background\u00a0told POLITICO.