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“Far” from withdrawing from the US primaries

“Far” from withdrawing from the US primaries

Can Nikki Haley stand up to Donald Trump?Image: Cornerstone

Republican presidential candidate Nikki Haley doesn't want to give up in the race for her party's nomination. The former governor of South Carolina said during a speech in her state on Tuesday that she was “far from it.” “Getting out will be the easy way out. I've never taken the easy way out. Every race I've won, I've been the underdog.”

The next Republican primary election in South Carolina is scheduled to take place on Saturday. So far, voting has been held in the states of Iowa, New Hampshire and Nevada, and former US President Donald Trump won by large margins in all of these states.

To “the political elite, party leaders, and fans in the commentator world,” Haley said, it appears the race is already over in Iowa, stressing that “only three states voted, three states.” You will “fight until the American people close the door.” That day is not today, and it will not be Saturday, at least. “The presidential primaries have just begun.”

Haley said many Republicans who publicly supported Trump were secretly afraid of him. They knew what a disaster he would be for the party, but they didn't say it out loud. “I'm not afraid to tell the hard truth. I don't feel the need to kiss the ring.” (SDA/EPA)

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