Nikki Haley Issues WARNING?!

Nikki Haley

( – Following his shaky debate performance against former President Donald Trump, former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley issued a stark warning to her party to prepare for Joe Biden’s resignation as the Democratic nominee.

See Nikki’s warning further down this post.

She stated in a post on X, “Mark my words….Biden will not be the Democrat nominee. Republicans, get your guard up!”

The debate between 81-year-old Biden and 78-year-old Trump left Democrats uneasy. It reignited concerns about Biden’s age, as the Democrat made several verbal slip-ups, including a confusing comment about beating Medicare. There were also worries about his raspy voice, though an aide said he had a cold.

Moreover, a New York Times/Sienna College poll from last October suggested that if Biden were not the candidate, an alternative Democrat might lead over Trump.

Asked if they would vote for “the Democratic candidate” if Biden was not on the ballot, 48% of respondents said they definitely or probably would, compared to 40% who would vote for Trump.

In addition, research by Stack Data Strategy in November showed Trump would still beat potential candidates Kamala Harris and California Governor Gavin Newsom if Biden were replaced.

Joe Bedell, Head of Stack Data Strategy in North America said, “Despite recent calls for change, our polling also shows that neither party would benefit from a change in candidate, President Trump would beat both of Biden’s possible replacements by an even greater margin.”

Subsequently, Haley’s post drew mixed reactions online.

One user commented, “Why? Trump is solid. We aren’t afraid of anyone. Americans know Biden isn’t running things. This wasn’t new what we saw today. It’s the same people behind Biden that will be behind whoever they replace him with.”

Another suggested, “Newsome vs Haley would be good.” A third quipped, “Mark my words… Nikki Haley will not be the Republican nominee.”

Haley began her political career in the South Carolina House of Representatives and became the state’s first female governor in 2010. She later served as the U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations under Trump until 2018.

In February 2023, Haley announced her candidacy for the 2024 Republican presidential nomination, becoming the first major Republican to challenge Trump.

Yet, she suspended her campaign in March 2024 after trailing Trump in a contentious race, later stating she would vote for him.

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