Nikki Haley is officially running for President.
She’s the first major candidate from the establishment wing of the Party to challenge Trump for the nomination.
RINO Nancy Mace put jaws on the floor with what she said about Nikki Haley running for President.
Nikki Haley released a video announcing her campaign for President where she took a swipe at Donald Trump’s age.
Get excited! Time for a new generation.
Let’s do this! 👊 🇺🇸 pic.twitter.com/BD5k4WY1CP
— Nikki Haley (@NikkiHaley) February 14, 2023
In the video, Haley took a page out of the Jeb Bush playbook by focusing on her identity as a daughter of immigrants as well as her race.
RINO Nancy Mace (R-SC), who Haley endorsed in her Primary last year against a Trump-backed challenger, praised the former South Carolina Governor during an interview with CNN.
“Nikki Haley is a very good friend of mine. She’s a mentor,” Mace continued. “She works harder than anybody I know and when I had my Republican primary last year with the former president coming after me vigorously — I was one of the only Republicans to beat him in a primary last year — she was one of the only people to return my call.”
Mace then went woke and cited Haley’s gender as the main reason for Americans to support her campaign.
“I want to see how the field shakes out and see how it’s set, but I will tell you I have great love for her and I’m excited to see her in the race. I’ve said this multiple times before. I believe Republicans need to have a woman on the ticket in one way or another and she would be fantastic,” Mace added.
“I have a daughter,” Mace continued. “I want to see our daughters have someone to look up to who can be in the White House one day.”
As Governor of South Carolina, Haley opposed a bill to keep biological males out of the girl’s bathrooms in public schools.
Haley and Mace get along well because they are both woke RINOs.
But this is also the reason why Nikki Haley is polling at four percent in the GOP primary polls.
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