In an interview given at the “Roast & Ride” fundraising event in Iowa, Nikki Haley stated that the media wanted a “two-person race” to win the GOP nomination for “clicks and ratings”. But there is much more at stake than just clicks and ratings.
The GOP primary race comes down to math at the end of the day.
Breitbart exclusively interviewed the former South Carolina Governor and United Nations Ambassador under Donald Trump, who said that the American people were “smarter” than they thought.
The media want this to be a two-person race. The media wants the American people, but it is more than just that. We’re doing this to reach as many people as possible. I don’t think that the American people are so stupid.
“[The American public] understands that we need someone who will win the general election and that we cannot take another four years of Joe Biden. So, that’s exactly what we’re going to do.” I am very confident about what we are doing. This is a long-distance race. This is not a sprint. We’re going to go and we want to win.
Hold the campaign bus
Haley was right in one respect: the American people cannot endure four more years of a disastrous presidency. The country cannot tolerate another four years with a Democrat at the White House. This makes the presidential election of 2024 one of the most significant elections in American history. It’s all about the math, which we will get to.
First, I will compare my results with anyone. I was a governor for two terms who turned a state with double-digit unemployment into a powerhouse of the economy. I was at United Nations. I did not deal with just one country but with 193.
It’s time to elect a new leader. We must leave behind the chaos and negativity; we have a nation to save. So I’m here in Iowa to let people know that we are going for it. We don’t take any shortcuts. We answer every question.
We are touching every hand and will keep returning until we have the support of the Iowan people. We’re also doing it in New Hampshire and South Carolina. And we will do it all across the country.
Haley had a lot of good things to say, including the reference to a “new generational leader” and the need to leave behind chaos and negativity (a thinly veiled dig at Trump). Nikki Haley is a great person, but I think that someone else could solve both of these issues. Haley is so attractive that I think she could be a good candidate for the second spot on the GOP ticket in 2024.
Haley is a controversial figure for many Republican voters in the United States.
Personally, I think Nikki Haley is the best. I’ve always liked her
Here’s the thing. Liking one candidate and believing he has the best chance to win and wanting to kick Joe Biden and Democrats out of the White House is not the same. I did not vote twice for Donald Trump because I liked him. I voted in 2016 and 2020 for Trump because he is the Republican candidate. Truthfully, I would vote for a conservative, blind squirrel over any Democrat nominee that the “progressive party” puts forward.
Here’s another thing — or two things, actually: barring any unforeseen circumstances, there isn’t a single objective Republican voter who does not believe that the nominee for 2024 will be Donald Trump or Ron DeSantis. This is where simple math comes into play.
It’s a fact that the “Trump vote” has been baked in since 2016. The fact that 42 Republican candidates are being pitted against this substantial bloc of voters will only benefit Trump.
The longer that Republican candidates other than Ron DeSantis are in the race for the Republican nomination, the more Trump will benefit. If Trump is your man, then you’ll love this reality.
If your guy is DeSantis you will hate it. Again, simple math.
It is obvious that most, if not all, candidates who are not Trump believe they will win the nomination. Otherwise, why would they spend a lot of money on running and spend countless exhausting hours campaigning? The VP position is the only one that matters.
The Republican song is the same. Ironically, Donald Trump is the candidate that other GOP candidates are trying to eliminate because they do not believe he will win the election. But the longer the GOP candidates stay in the race, the more likely Trump is to win.
Republican politics is never boring and often frustrating.