‘US voters should have real choice’: Nikki Haley vows to continue fight against Trump

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NEW DELHI: Indian-American Republican Presidential candidate Nikki Haley, who was defeated by Donald Trump in the Republican primary in South Carolina, has vowed to continue the fight for a real choice in the upcoming Super Tuesday states.
Haley, a two-time former governor of South Carolina, expressed her determination to give the American voters a choice instead of a one-candidate election.Despite her loss, Haley pointed to her performance as evidence that Republican voters want an alternative.
She emphasized that 40 percent support is not insignificant and that there are many voters in the Republican primaries who are seeking an alternative. Haley also expressed doubts about Trump’s ability to defeat President Joe Biden in the general election. She stated that the frustration expressed by South Carolina voters reflects their dissatisfaction with the state of the nation and their desire for change.
Haley thanked the voters in South Carolina and announced her intention to campaign in Michigan for the upcoming Super Tuesday. If elected, Haley would become the first woman and the first Indian-American president of the United States.
Haley, born as Nimarata Nikki Randhawa to immigrant Sikh parents from Amritsar, Punjab, has a strong determination to continue fighting for the American voters’ right to choose.

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