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Trump Releases Memo Predicting Haley’s Campaign Will End

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A memo from Donald Trump’s 2024 campaign criticized Nikki Haley and declared her campaign would end after the South Carolina primary.

The memo said Haley would be rejected by those who know her best in her home state.

It referenced her trailing Trump in polls and losing earlier primaries to him.

The memo reportedly read, “Nikki Haley’s campaign ends Saturday, February 24th, fittingly, in her home state, rejected by those who know her best.”

“Of course, like any wailing loser hell-bent on an alternative reality and refusing to come to grips with her imminent political mortality, we should expect more references to Kings and Coronations — even though the results of 5 elections overwhelmingly sent an unmistaken message: Nikki Haley doesn’t represent Republicans any more than Joe Biden does,” the memo continued.

Both Trump and Haley have ramped up criticisms of each other recently.

In a speech, Haley vowed to remain in the race and criticized Trump as becoming unstable.

Haley said, “I refuse to quit. South Carolina will vote on Saturday. But on Sunday, I’ll still be running for President. I’m not going anywhere.”

Trump’s memo outlined a path for him to secure the nomination by March and said Haley was now irrelevant.

It called for the RNC to unite fully with Trump’s campaign and begin election planning against Joe Biden.

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