Nikki Haley Surges With Endorsements From TWO Senate's RINO Elite

By Greg Moriarty | Sunday, 03 March 2024 04:30 PM
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In a development that has surprised few, Nikki Haley, the former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations, has secured the endorsement of two of the Senate's most notable moderate Republicans, Senators Lisa Murkowski of Alaska and Susan Collins of Maine.

Murkowski expressed her support for Haley in a statement, saying, "I'm proud to endorse Gov. Nikki Haley. America needs someone with the right values, vigor, and judgment to serve as our next President—and in this race, there is no one better than her." She further emphasized Haley's potential to uphold Republican ideals while serving all Americans.

In a similar vein, Collins described Haley as "extremely well-qualified" for the presidency, highlighting her energy, intellect, and temperament as essential qualities for leading the country in these tumultuous times, as reported by Bangor Daily News.

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Haley expressed her gratitude for their endorsement on a social media platform, stating she was "grateful to have their support."

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The timing of these endorsements raises questions, given Haley's slim chances of defeating former President Donald Trump in the primaries. Haley has yet to secure a win against Trump in any of the primary races she has participated in, including in her home state of South Carolina. She also trailed behind Florida Governor Ron DeSantis in Iowa, finishing third.

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Despite these setbacks, Haley remains committed to her campaign, at least until Super Tuesday. Following her recent defeat in Michigan, she stated, "I'm an accountant. I know that 40 percent is not 50 percent. But I also know 40 percent is not some tiny group." She further affirmed her determination to continue her campaign, regardless of the outcome in South Carolina, stating, "I am a woman of my word."

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Haley's campaign has also garnered the support of other prominent moderate Republicans and neoconservatives, including former Congresswoman Liz Cheney, neoconservative thought leader Bill Kristol, and Meghan McCain, the daughter of the late Arizona Senator and presidential candidate John McCain.

Despite accusations of running to undermine Donald Trump, Haley has identified herself as a "conservative Republican" and dismissed the idea of running an independent campaign on a third-party ticket.

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