Trump said he would not work with anyone who donates to Nikki Haley’s 2024 presidential campaign. This comes after the former governor of South Carolina said she had raised $1 million in donations since losing the New Hampshire GOP primary. Trump said bad things about Haley, who was his U.N. ambassador while he was in the White House, and her “humiliating public loss” in both the Iowa caucus and the New Hampshire primary. A lot of people thought that Haley would have a great chance to beat Trump in the GOP primary in New Hampshire, but she lost by 11 points.
Haley has denied rumors that she is dropping out of the race and says her only goal is to win the primary on February 24 in her home state of South Carolina. She said she had raised $1 million since her speech the night before in New Hampshire in North Charleston. Trump berated Haley for her credentials and threatened to ban anyone who supports her 2024 campaign.
Haley said she was excited about the South Carolina primary, even though the next race is on February 6 in Nevada. The GOP is running the Nevada caucus, where Trump will be competing for delegates. Trump made fun of Haley in his victory speech in New Hampshire for being on the Nevada primary ballots instead of the caucus ballots.
In short, Donald Trump has said that he will ban anyone from working with Nikki Haley’s 2024 campaign because she is accused of making false claims, making derogatory comments, and losing face in public. Haley has brushed off these threats and is still focused on winning the February 24 primary in South Carolina.