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Down 31 Points, Rumors Swirl About Haley’s Potential Exit

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Nikki Haley announced she will give a “state of the race” speech on Tuesday, fueling speculation she may exit the presidential race before the South Carolina primary.

Haley has not leave the race even though she has failed to win any states polls. Trump currently has a 31-point lead in her home state.

While previously saying she would stay in, other candidates like Ron DeSantis have exited without warning.

Many Trump challengers have since endorsed him, though Haley has given mixed messages on support, saying in debates she’d back the nominee but more recently questioning if Trump should be president.

Haley said, “There were 14 candidates in the race. We’ve defeated a dozen of the fellas, I just have one more fella to catch up to.”

“Keep in mind, I am running against him for a reason. I’m running against him, because I don’t think… he’s the right person at the right time. I don’t think he should be president,” explained the former governor.

Haley insisted, “The last thing on my mind is who I’m going to support. The only thing on my mind is how we’re going to win this.”

Her upcoming speech comes amid doubts over whether she can defeat Trump in South Carolina, with the timing seen as possibly indicating an impending exit from the Republican primary contest.

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