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Calls Grow Louder for Haley to Drop Out of GOP Primary

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Calls for Nikki Haley to drop out of the GOP primary race have intensified following her second-place finish to Donald Trump in New Hampshire.

Many Republicans believe that her withdrawal would allow the party to focus resources on defeating President Joe Biden.

Rep. Elise Stefanik, said, “Congratulations @realDonaldTrump on your huge #Trump2024 New Hampshire Primary win!”

“Nikki Haley must drop out so we can focus on defeating Joe Biden to Save America. The #TrumpTrain isn’t slowing down — President Trump will #SaveAmerica!!” she continued.

Sen. Tom Cotton said, “Congratulations to President Trump on another decisive win in New Hampshire and becoming the presumptive nominee of our party.”

With Trump’s dominance in other states, prominent figures within the GOP, including House Conference Chair Elise Stefanik and Senator Tom Cotton, have congratulated Trump and urged Haley to exit the race.

Gov. Kristi Noem added, “To no one’s surprise, @realDonaldTrump won BIG tonight in New Hampshire. President Trump’s message is resonating with voters. It’s only a matter of time until 45 becomes 47. Congratulations, Mr. President!”

CEO of the Federalist Sean Davis said, “If Nikki Haley’s primary goal is to defeat Joe Biden in November, she will drop out tonight and endorse Trump. If she continues to stay in a race she cannot win just to attack Trump, then we’ll know she’s fully owned by the left-wing Democrats who are funding her campaign.”

Nate Cohn, the New York Times’ chief political analyst, wrote, “So, without a monumental shift in the race, he will secure the nomination in short order.”

There are concerns that Haley’s continued candidacy could be detrimental to the party’s efforts.

The sentiment is that Trump is becoming the de facto GOP nominee, and Haley’s chances are diminishing.

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