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Judge Judy endorses presidential candidate ahead of 2024

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Judge Judy has endorsed Nikki Haley for the 2024 presidential race, praising her intelligence, executive experience, and common sense.

Haley reciprocated the endorsement, calling Judge Judy a “no-nonsense lady.” Haley, a former South Carolina governor and U.N. ambassador, has gained momentum in polls, placing second to Trump.

Judge Judy, known for her show “Judge Judy,” is now presiding over Amazon Freevee’s “Judy Justice.” (Trending: Fox News Star Accused Of Major Scandal)

Judge Judith Sheindlin wrote, “I’m proud to endorse Nikki Haley because she is whip smart, has executive credentials and was a superb governor.”

“She has international gravitas as Ambassador to the United Nations. She is principled, measured and has that elusive quality of real common sense. I truly think she can restore America and believe she is the future of this great nation,” she continued.

“Judge Judy is a no-nonsense lady who has earned the respect of millions of Americans from her courtroom by being thoughtful, fair, and honest. I’m honored to have her support,” wrote Haley.

Haley emphasized her foreign policy experience and criticized Biden’s policies in a Fox News town hall.

“We can feel the momentum on the ground,” said Haley. “We can feel the excitement,” she added.

She also expressed her intention to beat Trump “fair and square” and opposed efforts to remove him from the ballot.

“No, he shouldn’t be taken off the ballot and the Supreme Court needs to rule quickly before other states start to do this,” said Haley.

“This is one of those, don’t open a door if you don’t want to see what happens this is a door we don’t need to open. I will defeat President Trump fair and square. I don’t need anybody throwing him off the ballot to do it,” she continued.

The Iowa caucuses are scheduled for January 15.

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