Haley Ends Campaign as Biden and Trump Prepare for 2024 Faceoff

After losing handily to former US President Donald Trump in Super Tuesday primary voting around the nation, Nikki Haley, the last contender for the Republican presidential nomination in 2024, halted her campaign on Wednesday. Trump’s former UN ambassador, Haley, welcomed him but refrained from endorsing him. She did, however, concede that there is a good chance he will run as the Republican nominee against President Joe Biden on November 5th. Biden also easily defeated nominal opponents in Tuesday’s Democratic party primary. Trump needs “to earn the votes of those in our party and beyond it who did not support him,” Haley stated, adding that she wished him well.


In party primaries, she frequently defeated Trump with 25–40% of the vote, but she has only won two since voting began in January: last weekend in Washington, D.C., and this Tuesday in Vermont, a small state in the northeast. “Nikki Haley got TROUNCED last night, in record setting fashion, despite the fact that Democrats, for reasons unknown, are allowed to vote in Vermont and various other Republican Primaries,” tweeted President Trump on his social media platform. Eight months from now, Biden will be trying to win over some of Haley’s followers in the presidential race. In a statement, he added, “Donald Trump made it clear he doesn’t want Nikki Haley’s supporters.” Let me be clear: They have a place in my campaign.


I’m aware that we won’t agree on a lot. However, I think we can agree on certain basic issues, including maintaining American democracy, upholding the rule of law, treating one another with respect, decency, and dignity, maintaining NATO, and confronting America’s enemies. Haley declared that she had no regrets about entering the presidential race and that she would keep advocating for social causes. She quickly noted that Congress must immediately approve increased funding for Israel, Ukraine, and Taiwan, calling it “a moral imperative.” But Republican senators are split on an aid package that Biden supports, and the continuation of support for the Kyiv government’s efforts to fend off Russia’s two-year invasion of Ukraine.




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