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Nikki Haley Claims Republican Primary Is a ‘Two-Person Race’ After Placing Third

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Former United Nations Ambassador Nikki Haley claimed that the Republican presidential election has become a “two-person race” after finishing third in the Iowa caucus.

Despite her initial low polling, Haley emphasized her rise and positioned the race as being between her and former President Donald Trump.

She highlighted the choice between “more of the same” and a “new generation of conservative leadership,” expressing that many Americans are not interested in a Biden-Trump rematch. (Trending: Trump Prosecutor Accused Of Playing Race Card In Public Address)

Haley said, “We have had an amazing 11 months in the Hawkeye State.”

“At one point in this campaign, there were 14 of us running. I was at two percent in the polls. But tonight, Iowa did what Iowa does so well. The pundits will analyze everything from every angle, we get that. But when you look at how we’re doing in New Hampshire, in South Carolina, and beyond, I can safely say tonight Iowa made this Republican primary a two-person race,” she continued.

“The question is very clear: do you want more of the same? Or do you want a new generation of conservative leadership?” asked the former ambassador.

Additionally, she noted the disapproval of both Trump and President Joe Biden, emphasizing their age and the need for new leadership.

Finally, she mentioned Trump’s significant victory in the Iowa caucus, securing a substantial lead over Gov. Ron DeSantis.

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