Nikki Haley states she will continue to combat ahead of Super Tuesday

Nikki Haley says she will continue to fight ahead of Super Tuesday

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Republican governmental prospect and previous U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley responds while discussing her other half,Maj Michael Haley, who is presently released with the South Carolina National Guard, throughout a project stop at the Clemson University at Greenville ONE structure ahead of the Republican governmental main election in Greenville, South Carolina, U.S. February 20,2024

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Days ahead of the Super Tuesday governmental primaries, previous South Carolina guv and Republican prospect Nikki Haley stated in an interview Sunday she will continue in the race for the GOP election as long as she stays competitive.

In an interview with NBC’s “Meet the Press,” Haley stated she is not looking “too far ahead” when asked if she would leave of the race if she loses to frontrunner and previous president Donald Trump on Super Tuesday.

“As long as we are competitive, as long as we are showing that there is a place for us, I’m going to continue to fight,” Haley stated.

After main losses in Iowa, South Carolina and New Hampshire, Haley routes Trump in delegates with simply 27 to his 247 up until now. However, Haley stated those primaries just partly represent who Americans will elect on SuperTuesday Fifteen states and one area will enact primaries on Tuesday.

“You’ve only had three or four states that have voted up until now,” Haley stated. “We’re a big country and we want everybody to feel like they had the opportunity to vote for someone and not against someone.”

Several Trump- vital Republican senators have actually backed Haley, consisting of AlaskaSen Lisa Murkowski as her state heads to the surveys Tuesday.

In an interview with NBC News Saturday, Murkowski stated Haley is “a qualified, competent, capable leader at a time when the country needs them.”

Murkowski included she declines “to accept that [Trump and Biden are] my just 2 options.”

When asked if she would back a Trump election, Haley would not unquestionably state whether she is still bound by a Republican National Committee promise to support the GOP candidate.

“No, I think I’ll make what decision I want to make, but that’s not something I’m thinking about,” Haley stated, including that the promise was made at the time “in order to get on the debate stage.”