Nikki Haley betrays the Republican Party with sudden 2024 announcement

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Haley has been fighting a losing battle for the nomination. Now she’s showing her true colors.

And Nikki Haley betrayed the Republican Party with a sudden 2024 announcement.

Former U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley hinted on Sunday that she may no longer respect the Republican National Committee commitment she signed last year to support the eventual GOP presidential nominee because she believes the RNC has grown too close to former President Donald Trump.

Haley, who has failed to defeat Trump in any of the GOP primaries or caucuses, made the statements during a Sunday appearance on NBC News’ “Meet The Press” with Kristen Welker.

“You did sign a pledge, an RNC pledge to support the eventual nominee,” Welker said.

“Do you still feel bound by that pledge?”

“I have always said that I have serious concerns about Donald Trump,” she remarked.

“I have even more concerns about Joe Biden.”

Welker pressed Haley again, “So, is that a no? Are you bound by the RNC pledge?”

“The RNC pledge – I mean, at the time of the debate, we had to take it to where, ‘Would you support the nominee,’ and in order to get on that debate stage, you said yes,” Haley responded.

“The RNC is now not the same RNC. Now, it’s Trump’s daughter-in-law.”

Welker probed Haley further: “So, you’re no longer bound by that pledge?”

“No, I think I’ll make what decision I want to make,” Haley responded.

“But that’s not something I’m thinking about. And I think that while you all think about that, I’m looking at the fact that we had thousands of people in Virginia. We’re headed to North Carolina. We’re going to continue to go to Vermont and Maine and all these states to go and show people that there is a path forward. And so, I don’t look at what ifs. I look at, ‘How do we continue the conversation?’”


Haley likes to act like she is some paragon of honesty and dependability.

But she’s proven she’s anything but that.

And now every Republican can see it for themselves.

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