The existence of this Olympic Truce made many Twitter users wonder why Haley would feel the need to call American participation in the South Korean games into question.
She said that decision would involve multiple government agencies, "but I think ultimately the president would certainly weigh in. We don't ever fear anything", Haley said. And certainly, that's a flawless opportunity for all of them to go and do something they've worked so hard for.
"We will make sure that we're taking every precaution possible to make sure that they're safe, and to know everything that's going on around them", she said.
But it doesn't seem like much of an actual threat at this point, especially as Haley is only really saying she won't unequivocally commit to sending USA athletes (logical, considering how the North Korean situation could change between now and February) at this point.
"There's an open question", Haley responded.
Some Olympic athletes training for PyeongChang told NBC News in recent weeks that family and friends are increasingly asking them about what rising tensions in the Korean Peninsula means for them.
"We have not had any discussions, either internally or with our government partners, about the possibility of not taking teams to the 2018 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games", he said.
Even then, these are some absolutely fantastic remarks from the leaders of the United States in the lead up to the 2018 Winter Olympics.
She later added: "There's an open question".
The US military flew a B-1B bomber over South Korea on Wednesday as part of a massive joint aerial drill, in a move seen as a warning to the North. "We will make sure that the athletes and the staff are safe when we're in Korea".
"What have we always said?"
The comments came two days after Russian athletes were banned from attending the Games following a doping scandal.