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Nikki Haley on DeSantis Dropping Out: ‘May the Best Woman Win’

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Former South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley reacted to Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis suspending his presidential campaign with a cheeky remark, “May the best woman win.”

She emphasized her commitment to a strong America and outlined her vision for the country.

DeSantis, after dropping out, endorsed Donald Trump, criticizing Haley as representing “warmed-over corporatism.”

“We just heard the Ron DeSantis has dropped out of the race,” Haley said.

“He ran a great race. He’s been a good governor, and we wish him well,” Haley added. “Now one fella and one lady.”

Haley responded by emphasizing the importance of voters having a say in the direction of the conservative movement.

She also expressed her determination to prove herself as the right choice for president.

“And this comes down to what do you want? Do you want more of the same, or do you want something new? Do you want to go back to a country where they decide who’s a good person, who’s a bad person, who’s the right person, who’s the wrong person? Or do you want to come together as Americans and say, ‘You know what? We’re gonna get inflation down and get our economy back on track. We’re gonna get our kids reading again and go back to the basics in education. We’re going to secure our border once and for all,’” she said.

“We’ve got two days until New Hampshire goes to the polls. And we’re going to make sure that we fight all the way until the last second. And what the people in New Hampshire should know is when we win the presidency in this country, I will do everything I can to prove to you that you made the right decision,” Haley said.

“But for now, I’ll leave you with this: May the best woman win,” she quipped.

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