Nikki Haley says no chance of becoming Trump’s vice president

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Republican presidential candidate Nikki Haley says she has zero chance of running alongside former President Donald Trump as her running mate.

He spoke with Fox News’ Bret Baier in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina, on the final day of campaigning in the state.

“Let’s see what happens tomorrow,” Haley told Baier. “But the problem is, people say, ‘Why is she doing this? Why is she doing this?'” At first, they said, ‘She’s doing this because she wants to be vice president. I was like, “I’m doing this.” “She’s almost done. She’s been saying this for months, but I think it’s over.”

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Republican presidential candidate and former United Nations ambassador Nikki Haley speaks at a campaign event in Beaufort, South Carolina. (AP Photo/Meg Kinard)

“If you were worried about your political future, you wouldn’t be doing this,” she added. “If it were me, I would have left already. I’m doing this to wake up this country.”

President Trump previously said during a Fox News town hall that Ron DeSantis, Tim Scott, Vivek Ramaswami, Kristi Noem, Bryon Donald and Tulsi Gabbard are on his list of running mates. admitted that.

President Trump has repeatedly said he has removed Haley from being his running mate, even though some Republicans wanted a common ticket.

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Asked Friday if she was willing to drop out of the Republican primary to form a united front with Democratic candidate Rep. Dean Phillips, Haley said no.

“I’m running as a Republican, and I’m trying to wake people up that if we nominate Donald Trump in this primary, we’re going to lose the general election,” Haley said. Ta.

The Trump campaign anticipates Haley’s “difficulty in South Carolina” and says she is “nearing the end” to the presidential race as she faces “very serious mathematical problems” in the race. That’s what I expected.enough delegates to win 2024 Republican candidate.


In a major speech she gave in South Carolina ahead of the Republican presidential primary, Haley reiterated her intention to remain in the 2024 Republican presidential race.

Republican presidential candidate Nikki Haley, a former two-term governor of South Carolina and later ambassador to the United Nations, attacked former President Trump in a speech in Greenville, South Carolina. (FOX News Cyril Clark)

South Carolina is Haley’s home state, where she previously served as governor.

Haley, who has already lost to Trump in the Iowa caucuses and New Hampshire primary, said she has no plans to withdraw from the race.

Fox News Digital’s Brie Stimson and Paul Steinhauser contributed to this report.



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