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From President Donald J. Trump’s campaign:

Nikki Haley celebrated Saturday night for getting “around 40 percent of the vote” in her home state.

Nikki Haley is moving the goal posts as she continues along with her doomed candidacy.

Haley said on Meet the Press on January 28: “I need to show that I’m stronger in South Carolina than New Hampshire… it certainly has to be better than what I did in New Hampshire, and it certainly has to be close.”

Haley also said on January 26 on Fox News, “We’re going to be stronger in South Carolina than we were in New Hampshire.” 

Haley failed to do better than her performance in New Hampshire.

So, what is Nikki Haley still doing in the race? 

Well, if it looks like a duck, swims like a duck, and quacks like a duck, then it probably is a duck.

Nikki Haley is raising money from Democrats, reaching out to Democrat voters, being promoted by the Democrat presidential nominee, and attacking the Republican presidential nominee. 

Nikki Haley is a Democrat. 

Author: Press Release


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