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Republican Candidates Split Swing States

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New Hampshire Governor Chris Sununu endorsed former U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley for the Republican presidential nomination, a significant boost for Haley’s campaign.

Sununu’s endorsement is seen as a blow to other GOP candidates, particularly those competing against former President Donald Trump, who has dominated early primary polling.

Sununu emphasized the need for the Republican Party to move on from Trump and expressed his full support for Haley during a town hall event in Manchester. (Trending: Dr. Fauci Says the Unthinkable About Going To Church)

“This is an opportunity for New Hampshire to lead this country, for New Hampshire to say we’re not looking in the rearview mirror anymore,” said Sununu this week.

“You bet your ass I am. We’re all in for Nikki Haley,” confirmed the New Hampshire governor.

“This puts us down one vote in New Hampshire,” said Chris Christie spokesman Karl Rickett.

Rickett added that Christie will continue to tell the “unvarnished truth about Donald Trump.”

“What happens in New Hampshire will be significantly impacted by the outcome in Iowa, where the true Trump alternative will emerge,” said DeSantis spokesman Andrew Romeo.

Haley has gained momentum in recent weeks, garnering support from prominent Democratic donors and closing in on Florida Governor Ron DeSantis in the polls.

Despite the impact of Sununu’s endorsement, both DeSantis and Haley’s campaigns downplayed its significance, focusing on their strategies in other key states.

Currently, Trump leads in national polling, followed by DeSantis and Haley.

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