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Senate Republican Presses Haley To Drop Out of 2024 Race

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Sen. Marsha Blackburn urged Nikki Haley to withdraw from the Republican presidential primary, emphasizing the need for party unity behind Donald Trump.

Blackburn, a Trump endorser, highlighted Trump’s strong polling and urged support for his endorsed candidates.

Haley, however, remains committed and emphasized the importance of choice in the election process.

“I think at this point, it’s appropriate to say it is time for the party to unify; it is time for us to get behind our nominee,” Blackburn said.

“Any time and any money we spend on primary efforts is going to be money we don’t have to spend on the general election, getting our message out, and getting people to the polls in November.”

“When you look at the polling out there, people are moving to President Trump, Independents are moving to President Trump because of everything he accomplished during his term,” Blackburn said.

Concerns about Trump’s legal challenges were raised, but Blackburn expressed confidence in his ability to overcome them.

“Let me get this straight. Donald Trump won 56,000 votes out of 3 million in Iowa. He got 1.5% of the vote, not even. America doesn’t do coronations. We believe in choice,” Haley said. “Let’s show all of the media class and the political class that we’ve got a different plan in mind, and let’s show the country what we can do.”

There’s also speculation about Blackburn as a potential running mate, but she’s focused on her Senate campaign while supporting Trump’s reelection efforts.

“We don’t want two tiers of justice; we know that he is steadfast, he is resolute,” Blackburn said. “I believe President Trump is going to come through all of this just fine and will be the next president.”

“I’m making certain that people keep up with my race. When it comes to supporting President Trump, I am going to do whatever I can to help him win and help him run strong,” she said.

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