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Nikki Haley Withdraws from US Presidential Race, Clearing Path for Trump-Biden Rematch

Former South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley has exited the White House race following her defeat by Donald Trump on Super Tuesday.

During a press conference, Indian-American politician Haley expressed gratitude for the support she received nationwide but announced the suspension of her campaign, stating, “time has now come.”

Acknowledging Trump’s likely nomination as the Republican candidate, Haley congratulated him but refrained from offering a full endorsement, citing Margaret Thatcher’s advice to “always make up your own mind.”

Asserting her commitment to voice her beliefs, Haley emphasized the importance of standing by allies like Ukraine, Israel, and Taiwan to prevent further conflict.

Despite losing key primaries, including in her home state of South Carolina, to Trump, Haley remained resolute in her convictions.

US President Joe Biden commended Haley for her courage in speaking out against Trump, offering a place for her supporters in his campaign. He emphasized the importance of finding common ground on issues concerning American democracy, rule of law, decency, and respect.

The Republican National Committee (RNC) extended congratulations to Trump, acknowledging him as “the presumptive Republican nominee for President of the United States.”

RNC chair Ronna McDaniel applauded Trump’s significant victory on Super Tuesday and commended Haley for her determined campaign efforts. McDaniel highlighted Haley’s historic achievement as the first woman to win a Republican presidential primary contest, recognizing her for fighting hard in the race.

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