Nikki Haley drops out of presidential race, refuses to endorse Trump, violating her own pledge

 After blowing through her massive $114 million election war chest, failed presidential wannabe Nikki Haley has dropped out of the race, having won the primaries in just Washington, D.C. and Vermont.

Following Donald Trump's Super Tuesday sweep in which he won 14 out of the 15 primaries held that day, Haley decided to throw in the towel, recognizing that very few people support her, even in her home state of South Carolina.

Having invested zero of her own dollars in her campaign, Haley is widely regarded as the establishment, Bush-era candidate – a RINO (Republican in Name Only) candidate who almost nobody likes and who is just there, for some unknown reason.

Most of Haley's support, ironically, comes from Democrats. A CNN exit poll of Republican voters in North Carolina found that of the 16 percent who say they support President Biden, 83 percent also support Haley.

It is also worth noting that most of Haley's influential and well-financed backers are Democrats, including Democrat billionaire donor Reid Hoffman, a co-founder of LinkedIn.

Open Secrets found that an astounding 75 percent of the money Haley raised for her campaign came from large establishment donors, many of them Democrats. This means that very few real people, aka small donors, support Haley for president.


Haley, the Democrat choice for the Republican nominee

While making her exit from the race, Haley had nothing good to say about Trump or her other opponents, referring to them as the "fellas" she outlasted, save for Trump.

Haley also refused to endorse Trump as the clear Republican nominee, instead calling on Republicans everywhere to "rediscover" their party and what it "previously" stood for.

"It is now up to Donald Trump to earn the votes of those in our party and those beyond it to support him," Haley backhandedly scolded the former president, chiding him for failing to convince some Republicans that he is worth their vote. "I hope he does that."

As Haley was delivering this exit speech, Trump invited her to join his campaign, this after bragging that she "got TROUNCED last night, in record setting fashion," these being his exact words on social media. Trump continued in his online post to claim that Haley is secretly funded by "Radical Left Democrats."

President Biden, meanwhile, offered words of praise for Haley, claiming that it took "courage" to run for president and try to defeat Trump.

"Donald Trump made it clear he doesn't want Nikki Haley's supporters," the 81-year-old cognitively lacking Commander-in-Chief said. "I want to be clear: There is a place for them in my campaign."

Other exit polls found that 79 percent of Haley's supporters are dissatisfied with Trump being the nominee, while the same percentage said they believe he is unfit for office if convicted of any crime.

Around 83 percent of Haley's supporters also believe, based on exit poll data, that Biden legitimately won the 2020 election, despite profuse evidence to the contrary that points to voter fraud and election manipulation.

Haley still believes, according to statements she made all along the campaign trail, that Trump has no chance of winning the election in 2024. She repeatedly expressed her opinion that America "can't survive" another four years of "chaos" with Trump at the helm.

"He went down a path he shouldn't have, and we shouldn't have followed him, and we shouldn't have listened to him," Haley told journalist Tim Alberta about Trump and his 2020 election fraud claims. "And we can't let that ever happen again."

Nikki Haley drops out of presidential race, refuses to endorse Trump, violating her own pledge Nikki Haley drops out of presidential race, refuses to endorse Trump, violating her own pledge Reviewed by Your Destination on March 07, 2024 Rating: 5

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