Nimarata Haley Quits Presidential Race After Crushing Defeats

Nimarata Haley Quits Presidential Race After Crushing Defeats

Last Updated on March 6, 2024

Nimarata “Nikki” Haley has officially ended her presidential campaign after being crushed by President Trump on Super Tuesday. Trump won 15 of 16 contests, only “losing” deep blue Vermont by a tiny margin, as Haley begged Democrats there to come out and vote for her. As things currently stand, Trump has won more than 1,000 GOP delegates and is rapidly approaching the 1,215 delegates needed to claim the party’s presidential nomination.

Nimarata “Nikki” Haley announced the morning after Super Tuesday that she would end her presidential campaign after failing to gain traction with anyone but anti-Trump Democrats who crossed over into several open GOP nominating contests, mostly to no avail, with Haley only squeaking out hollow wins in deep blue Vermont, and Washington, D.C. before that.

In a post he made to Truth Social on Wednesday morning, President Trump wrote that “Nikki Haley got TROUNCED last night, in record setting fashion,” adding that most of her support, both financial and at the polls, came from “Radical Left Democrats.”

“I’d like to thank my family, friends, and the Great Republican Party for helping me to produce, by far, the most successful Super Tuesday in HISTORY,” Trump went on, before inviting Haley supporters “to join the greatest movement in the history of our Nation.”


Perhaps left-wing political commentator Van Jones summed it up best on CNN when on the night of Super Tuesday he remarked that the Trump Train “is coming” and that there’s nothing anyone can do to stop it.

“This is now a general election fight,” Jones said on CNN.

“The courts are not gonna stop Donald Trump, no Republican is gonna stop Donald Trump, and now, Donald Trump is not gonna stop Donald Trump…This train is coming,” said Jones.

Van Jones: The Trump Train is Coming – Watch the Video Below: 

And as the Trump Train is rolling into the 2024 Presidential Election with a massive amount of support across the country, Joe Biden is seeing his own party abandon him, with huge swaths of Democrats voting for the “uncommitted” option in their respective primaries.

What’s more, is that on Super Tuesday, Biden became the first incumbent to lose a primary since Jimmy Carter, as he was defeated by little-known candidate Jason Palmer in American Samoa’s Democrat Caucus.

Related: Biden Becomes First Incumbent to Lose a Primary Since Jimmy Carter

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