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Nikki Haley Celebrates Not Winning New Hampshire: ‘What a Great Night,’ Race ‘Far from Over’

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Nikki Haley delivered a positive speech after losing to Donald Trump in New Hampshire, emphasizing that the race is “far from over” despite the early call for Trump.

She thanked New Hampshire and congratulated Trump, stating her intent to stay in the race and emphasizing South Carolina as the next battleground.

She highlighted her rise in the polls and her resilience, expressing concerns about a Trump nomination leading to a Biden win.

“What a great night,” Haley said. “God is so good.”

“Thank you, New Hampshire for the love, the kindness and support, and a great night here tonight. Thank you so much,” she added.

“I want to congratulate Donald Trump on his victory tonight. He earned it and I want to acknowledge that,” she said, noting the “chatter among the political class.”

“They’re falling all over themselves, saying this race is over. Well, I have news for all of them. New Hampshire is first in the nation. It is not the last,” Haley said. The race is “far from over.”

Haley also mentioned her campaign’s dependence on non-conservatives in open primary states.

“There are dozens of states left to go, and the next one is my sweet state of South Carolina,” she said.

“One point in this campaign, there were 14 of us running, and we were at two percent in the polls,” Haley added.

“And now we’re the last one standing next to Donald Trump. And today we got close to half of the vote. We still have a ways to go but we keep moving up.”

A “Trump nomination is a Biden win and Kamala Harris presidency,” Haley said, stating that she would beat Biden “handily.”

“With Donald Trump, you have one bout of chaos after another. This court case, that controversy, this tweet, that senior moment,” she added. “You can’t fix Joe Biden’s chaos with Republican chaos.”

Despite the loss, she maintained a determined and optimistic tone, thanking New Hampshire and expressing her intention to return to South Carolina.

“Thank you for the love, New Hampshire. We’re going home to South Carolina.”

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