Trump’s pick as UN ambassador is a joke. A bad joke, but a joke nonetheless.

President Donald Trump’s latest pick to replace former United Nations ambassador Nikki Haley is Kelly Knight Craft, the wife of billionaire Joe Craft. Both Craft and her husband are major supporters of President Donald Trump.

By sending this bimbo to the UN,  the Trump administration will once again become a laughingstock on the world stage.

Historically the UN position was filled by the major statesmen of their time — major historical figures including Henry Cabot Lodge and Adlai Stevenson. The President’s first pick, Nikki Haley, was a continuation of that legacy.  She was a former governor who has been talked about as a possible presidential contender, and she acquitted herself admirably at the United Nations.

Her initial replacement, Heather Nauert, did not have an equally relevant resume. Nauert had worked at Fox News.  Period.

Craft is even more problematic.

Kelly Knight Craft was chosen to be U.S. ambassador to Canada, and now to the United Nations, because she and her third husband, the billionaire coal baron Joe Craft, are mega MAGA-donors.  They gave about $1.5 million to GOP candidates in 2016, including $270,800 to Trump’s campaign committee or his joint fundraising committee with the Republican National Committee.

Perhaps just as important from Trump’s perspective, they are also repeat, high-paying customers at Trump’s hotel in Washington’ Craft’s other recommendation is that, as a Kentucky native, she is a supporter of Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and is said to be friends with McConnell’s wife, Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao.

If confirmed, Craft will arrive at the United Nations as a laughingstock — just like her boss.