Nikki Haley is abandoning the Republican Party after latest unhinged interview

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The former South Carolina governor has officially gone off the rails. She somehow still thinks she has a shot at the presidency.

And Nikki Haley is abandoning the Republican Party after her latest unhinged interview.

Last year, Republican presidential candidate Nikki Haley took a pledge that said she would support whoever the Republican nominee is in the general election.

But now it seems as though she may be going back on that promise.

While appearing on ABC’s “This Week” on Sunday, Haley wouldn’t commit to supporting former President Donald Trump in the event that he wins the Republican nomination for president.

“I’m running against him because I don’t think he should be president,” Haley said.

“I don’t think he’s the right person at the right time. The last thing on my mind is who I’m going to support. The only thing on my mind is how we’re going to win this.”

She also added that Trump “will not win” the presidential election and that she’s “gonna win” the GOP primary.

But last year she came out publicly saying she would support Trump should he win the GOP nomination.

“I would support him because I am not going to have a President Kamala Harris. We can’t afford that. That is not going to happen,” Haley said in an interview on an episode of CNBC’s “Squawk Box.”

Haley mentioned Vice President Harris in that statement because she felt like President Joe Biden would be replaced by his VP as the Democrat nominee.

And as Sunday’s “This Week” interview continued on, host Jonathan Karl still pressured Haley into answering him about whether or not she would support Trump in November.

She instead deflected and said that Karl could “ask him if he’s going to support me when I’m the nominee.”

Haley also declared that she “highly” doubts that Trump would support her.

“I voted for Donald Trump twice. I was proud to serve America in his administration, but we have got to right the ship in this country,” she added.

As it stands, Trump has won 63 delegates in the Republican primary.

Haley has only won 17.

The next voting contest is in South Carolina and it will occur on February 24.

The Palmetto State of course is Haley’s home state but the polls are not looking good for her.

She’s currently losing to Trump in every poll in the state.

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