Trump Hits Haley Like Never Before

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( – On Tuesday, former President Trump attacked the only Republican primary challenger left in the field, Nikki Haley, arguing that she needed to suspend her presidential campaign as she had lost in the first-in-the-nation primary in New Hampshire.

Trump during his victory speech mocked his former United Nations ambassador stating that at first he had thought this was a “great victory” thinking that he had won by 7 percent but that as he was walking up to the stage he had been informed that he won by 14.

Trump argued that Haley had a “very bad night” and stated that she should not be allowed to just “get away with bullshit.” Trump continued by saying that he felt like he needed to deliver this speech as he would not just see her watching her all dress up getting away with the things she was saying. He proceeded to question what she had been doing and argued that he had “won.” He added that this was exactly what Haley had done last week after her loss in the caucus.

Apart from Haley, Trump also targeted New Hampshire Gov. Christ Sununu (R) who had endorsed Haley and had actively campaigned to support her. Trump argued that he had never seen someone with “energy” and that the state’s governor was “like hopscotch.”

However, as Sununu remains popular in his state many in Trump’s crowd started loudly booing following these remarks.
Trump also claimed that Sen. Tim Scott (R-S.C.) who had dropped out of the primary race and had endorsed Trump, must hate Haley as the two are from the same state.

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