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Nikki Haley: ‘Ron Ran A Great Race, It’s Now One Fella And One Lady Left’

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Nikki Haley expressed her appreciation for Ron DeSantis and his campaign, but also criticized his comments upon dropping out of the GOP primary.

Haley said, “I have said I think that Ron ran a good race. I know it’s personal to get into a race. It’s personal to get out of a race. He has been a good governor. And he added a lot to the campaign. And we wish him well.”

DeSantis warned, “We can’t go back to the old Republican guard of yesteryear or a repackaged form of warmed-over corporatism that Nikki Haley represents.”

Haley countered, “You know, and it’s interesting, because there’s no proof to that. These fellows say this because they want people to believe it. But what’s amazing to me is they think they can lie to the American people and the American people are going to believe it. Prove it.”

“Prove one thing that they’ve said. Prove the fact that Donald Trump says I want to cut Social Security or raise the age. I’ve never said that. Prove the fact that Donald Trump says I want to raise gas taxes. I’ve never said that or done that. Prove Ron DeSantis says that I’m a corporate whatever he says I am. I’ve never done that,” she continued.

“I was in — in South Carolina, we fought for the people every day. There’s a reason that you don’t see the legislature lining up behind me in South Carolina. It’s because I fought to get them to vote on the record. I fought to have them to do ethics reform. I vetoed half a billion dollars’ worth of their pork projects,” said the former ambassador.

“And then you see Congress. The reason Congress doesn’t support us is I’ve pushed for term limits. I’ve pushed for mental competency tests. I’ve said, if they don’t give us a budget on time, they don’t get paid. I don’t get that political elite. That’s what we need to be talking about, not the corporate stuff that they’re talking about. The fact that they all side together against the people is what I’m doing. I’m going to continue to fight for the people,” promised Haley.

“I don’t judge people,” said Haley.

“I focus on policy that’s going to make America stronger. I don’t take politics personally. I’m not thin-skinned like Donald trump. I think that people don’t want that. They want a leader who’s going to bring out the best in people and get our country going forward,” she continued.

She emphasized her focus on policy and her determination to continue fighting for the people.

“I’m used to people underestimating me. It’s always fun. But there were 14 people in this race and now there are two. I’m finish this so Joe Biden and Donald Trump are not an issue at all. That we actually put them in the past and we go forward. Because our country deserves it and Americans want it. They’re tired,” suggested the former governor.

Haley also affirmed her commitment to staying in the race through the South Carolina contest, expressing confidence in her ability to lead and bring about change.

Haley concluded, “I think that they love America. And I think that they want a new generational leader. And so I am telling them that I am that new generational leader. And I’m the conservative that can get it done. And we’re going to go and make sure that we get spending under control. We’re going to get our kids reading again and have transparency in the classroom. We’re going to secure our border once and for all, no more excuses. We’re going to bring law and order back to this country.”

Additionally, she highlighted her message to Ron DeSantis’s supporters, emphasizing her vision as a new generational leader and her plans for conservative reform.

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