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Nikki Haley Refuses to Endorse Donald Trump After Dropping Out

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After suspending her campaign following Super Tuesday losses, Nikki Haley refused to immediately endorse Donald Trump.

While graciously acknowledging he will likely be the nominee, Haley said Trump must now earn support from those who did not back him.

“In all likelihood, Donald Trump will be the Republican nominee when our party convention meets in July,” Haley said. “I congratulate him and wish him well.”

Haley and Trump differ on some policies like borders and identity politics. Haley stressed her voice will continue despite ending her candidacy.

On Super Tuesday, Haley lost all but one primary against Trump.

“It is now up to Donald Trump to earn the votes of those in our party and beyond it, who did not support him,” she said.

“The time has now come to suspend my campaign. I said I wanted Americans to have their voices heard. I have done that,” she said. “I have no regrets. And although I will no longer be a candidate, I will not stop using my voice.”

Trump won 14 of 15 races, mounting a major political comeback. At his victory celebration, Trump thanked his family and supporters, calling it an amazing night.

“This has been a day that we’ve been waiting for. I want to thank my family for being here. It’s a great family. I have a great family,” Trump said.

“This was an amazing night,” he added.

Haley, however, signaled Trump faces an uphill battle winning over those in the party who do not support him.

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