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Haley on Thin Ice: Billionaire Threatens to Cut Funding Over NH Showing

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Nikki Haley’s challenge against Donald Trump in the GOP primary race relies heavily on her performance in New Hampshire, where billionaire backers are waiting to see results before committing significant funds.

Despite some anti-Trump sentiment among donors, Haley’s chances hinge on success in early primaries, particularly in New Hampshire.

“If she doesn’t get traction in New Hampshire, you don’t throw money down a rat hole,” Home Depot co-founder Ken Langone said.

“Right now, if I had to bet, I think the two candidates will be Biden and Trump,” he said.

“Trump showed that from Election Day 2020 to Jan. 6, his whole focus, in my opinion, was himself — not what was good for the country,” he added.

However, “away from the histrionics, away from the drama, away from the lack of decorum … [Trump] did some pretty good things.”

“My problem is we’re going to need a very competent manager, as well as a president-statesman. … I am supporting Nikki Haley because I think she comes [as] close to what you could hope for as anybody out there,” Langone said.

However, recent polls show Trump maintaining a lead, making it difficult for Haley to gain ground.

Without a breakthrough, it seems unlikely that she will receive substantial financial support, potentially impacting her ability to compete effectively.

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