The two former cabinet members sought Haley's help in their efforts to overthrow the president, but she refused, Haley wrote. The Washington Post received a copy of his book, With All Regards, before its release on Tuesday. CNN did not see a copy of the memoir.
"Kelly and Tillerson confided in me that when they resisted the president, they were not disobedient, they were trying to save the country," Haley wrote.
At one point, Haley wrote that Tillerson also told her that people would die if Trump were not checked. Haley, however, said he supports most of Trump's foreign policy decisions that others in the White House are trying to block or delay, according to the Post.
Haley called Tillerson and Kelly's attempt to undermine the president "offensive" in an interview broadcast on Sunday by CBS Sunday Jutning.
"It had to be, go tell the president what your differences are and give up if he doesn't like what he does," she said. "To undermine a president is really a very dangerous thing. And it contravenes the Constitution and contradicts what the American people want. It was insulting. "
Tillerson did not respond to a request for comment from The Washington Post and Kelly declined to comment in detail to The Post, but stated that if he provided the president with "the best and most open, legal and ethical advice for staff" from all over the country [government] so that he could make an informed decision to "work against Trump", then he was guilty of
CNN has contacted Kelly, Tillerson and the White House for comment.
In his book, Haley describes numerous clashes within the White House related to foreign policy, according to the mail. In one interaction, Haley describes in detail the Oval Office's investigation into its proposal to refuse funding for a United Nations agency that supports the Palestinians. Kelly and Tillerson opposed the move, while Haley had the support of Trump's son-in-law Jared Kushner.
"I was so shocked that I didn't say anything that I was going home because I just couldn't embrace the fact that you have two key people in the administration here who are undermining the president," Haley said in an interview with
. to solve their problems elsewhere. "I have four secretaries of state: you, H.R., Jared and Rex," Haley said, saying. "I only need one."
Haley describes her disagreement with Trump over his meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Helsinki in July 2018, as well as Trump's comments in 2017, where she stated showing "moral equivalence" in response to a white nationalist march in Charlottesville, Virginia, according to the Post.
In his memoir, Haley also addressed the scandal with growing Ukraine that led to an impeachment investigation into Trump at the House of Representatives. Although she said she rejected Democratic presidential impeachment efforts, she said she was opposed to Trump's move to seek help from a foreign government in a political inquiry, the Post reported.
"There was not much demand that insisted that something should happen. So it's hard for me to figure out where the whole impeachment situation comes from, because what everyone is aiming for doesn't happen," Haley told the Post "In
she also referred to an impeachment in her Sunday interview with CBS.
"Impeachment is like a death sentence for a government official," Haley said. "If you look at this transcript, there is nothing in this transcript that guarantees the death penalty for the president."