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‘Democrats Won’t Be Voting’: Haley Mocked for Keeping Campaign Alive Against Trump

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Former Gov. Nikki Haley has faced intense mockery from Republicans and pundits for choosing to move her campaign to South Carolina instead of dropping out of the GOP primary after her defeat in New Hampshire.

Despite calls for her to concede to Trump, Haley insisted the race was “far from over,” claiming Trump lied about her record and highlighting her conservative policies.

However, her claims were quickly rebutted, with critics pointing out that the majority of her New Hampshire voters were not registered Republicans.

“Ma’am, Democrats won’t be voting for you in SC in February…. we are a RED state!!!!!! Trump signs are in everyone’s yard here,” X user Kasey Lynae wrote.

“Nikki you literally just had like all of the Dems vote for you and still lost lol. What margin did you actually lose by in reality?” another said.

“Nikki’s record is that she’s now lost two primaries by a wide margin,” Paul A. Szypula posted.

“She’ll certainly lose South Carolina by a lot more. She has no path to victory. She’s just wasting donor millions that could’ve been better spent helping Americans in need. Nikki is horribly selfish.”

“Stop acting like you accomplished anything,” Patriots Press account wrote. “You got 70% of your votes in NH from ‘non-Republicans’. Your own party despises you! Drop out already, we’re so tired of you.”

“The structure of [the primary] is really amazing,” Haley said. “Iowa starts it. You change personalities, you go into New Hampshire.” she said.

“They continue on, and by the time it gets to South Carolina,” she added, “it gets bigger going into Super Tuesday. There’s something very cool about the process.”

Many have questioned her viability as a candidate and criticized her lack of focus on the upcoming Republican primary in Nevada, indicating a lack of seriousness in her campaign.

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