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The Republican nomination for Donald Trump would be his third in a row, and he would then have complete control of the party, if not for Nikki Haley.

The Republican Party’s nominating race might end before it has started if the former governor of South Carolina doesn’t pull off a surprising victory in Tuesday’s primary in New Hampshire.

Their battle in New Hampshire took a turn for the worse on Sunday afternoon when Florida Governor Ron DeSantis endorsed Trump and dropped out of the race after losing the Iowa caucuses and seeing no way forward.

His withdrawal occurred at the same time that Trump is directing all of his energy against Haley and urging Republican voters to give him a primary victory in New Hampshire that would effectively conclude the national nomination race.

If Haley fails to defeat Trump, or even come close, she will have a hard time convincing donors that she is still worth their money and providing a purpose for continuing her fight against the former president.

On Sunday afternoon, Haley told Dana Bash of HEADLINESFOREVER that she is finally in the fight she always dreamed of having—a direct confrontation with Trump.

Two individuals are competing in this race. We desired it from the beginning. “We will continue going.”

In South Carolina, the next major primary state, Trump is already utilising his unrelenting political machine to try to derail Haley’s bid for the White House. Haley served as governor of the state and intends to utilise her experience to change the race.

After dominating the Iowa caucuses last week, the former president is riding high in New Hampshire, where he leads Haley by eleven points in a new HEADLINESFOREVER poll released on Sunday.

During a lively rally in Manchester on Saturday night, Trump strongly criticised the former governor of South Carolina’s attempt to reach out to crucial undeclared voters who are eligible to vote in the New Hampshire GOP primary. He took it as evidence that she stands alone in a party where his “Make America Great Again” populism is the norm. They hope that liberals will switch to voting Republican for two minutes before switching back to voting Democrat. What a horrible thing,” Trump exclaimed.

Trump, in an uncommon move for a state that can be contentious over its first-in-the-nation status, set his sights on next month’s crucial South Carolina primary, hoping to demonstrate that Haley’s chances of a real nomination tilt are hopeless, rather than on Tuesday. He summoned GOP heavyweights, including the present governor and lieutenant governor, on the stage to support him and criticise Haley for being a Democrat in disguise, transforming the chilly Granite State into a MAGA stronghold reminiscent of the warm Southern state.

We learn your deepest, darkest desires from those brilliant thinkers known as the Spice Girls. As an odd contrast to the yelling Trump supporters, 76-year-old South Carolina governor Henry McMaster used a heavy Southern drawl to quote a British girl band from the 1990s. “What we really, really want – there he is… right there,” McMaster added, gesturing towards a clearly pleased Trump. Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, representative Russell Fry said that Haley “flip-flops on every position” and was a tool of corporate contributors, being soft on China, immigration, and crime. The option is quite clear with this crowd, I think, Mr. President, he added. They would like to see Donald Trump re-elected president.

Trump had already damaged Haley’s morale the day before by announcing the endorsement of South Carolina Senator Tim Scott, who withdrew his own presidential candidature in November, and Saturday night’s concerted message from South Carolinians to voters in New Hampshire followed suit. On Sunday, Scott told HEADLINESFOREVER’s Bash on “State of the Union” that he is not asking who is better or good. “President Donald Trump is and will continue to be a strong leader,” the speaker said.

“We have almost everybody supporting us there,” Trump observed on Saturday night, as if anyone had failed to notice: “It’s quite an attribute when you have somebody running who was the governor.” Every liberal, globalist, and ‘Never Trumper’ is on Nikki Haley’s side, the former president said, telling New Hampshire residents that this is all the information they need to know about her. In her native state of South Carolina, nearly every single leader is on our side. Even though Haley is a natural-born American, Trump has recently ramped up his racially provocative attacks on social media by referencing the fact that her parents were Indian immigrants and implying that her South Asian origin casts doubt on her presidential qualifications.

With this tactic, Trump is trying to prove that he is the unavoidable nominee and expresses confidence in his position in New Hampshire. It was also an obvious effort to scare Haley into abandoning her campaign in the event that she loses Tuesday, long before the race reaches South Carolina. If Haley is planning to run for president in 2028, a loss in her home state might damage her political reputation. Republican Governor Chris Sununu, who serves as her primary ally in New Hampshire, however, maintained that all she needs is a solid showing on Tuesday in order to advance convincingly. I’ve maintained throughout that you preferred a one-on-one matchup for Super Tuesday. According to Sununu, who spoke to NBC News, the string of important state primaries in March is known as “Super Tuesday,” and it is at this point that candidates will need to begin winning states.

Losing New Hampshire—the state that seems to be most favourable to her—and then struggling in her home state makes it impossible to imagine how Haley could have a viable path to the nomination and continuing fundraising.


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