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Nikki Haley Lied To You Again — No Intention Of Honoring Pledge


One thing is for sure, Nikki Haley cannot be trusted.

She has backtracked on so many stances and commitments that it’s impossible to know where the woman truly stands.

In her latest flip-flopping move, Nikki Haley now refuses to honor her former pledge to endorse whoever is chosen as Republican nominee for the 2024 race.

During an interview on NBC’s Meet the Press, Haley claimed she is not obligated to endorse President Trump if (and when, judging by state primary results so far…) he becomes the eventual party nominee.

The host asked her, point-blank, “So you’re no longer bound by that pledge?”

And she responded, “No.”

Watch for yourself:

Nikki Haley’s response was a reversal of what she said back in July when she said, “I would support him [Trump] because I’m not going to have a President Kamala Harris.”

Here’s a flashback clip:

NBC News has more to say about Haley’s apparent change of heart:

Former U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley no longer feels bound by a pledge made to the Republican National Committee that she would support the GOP presidential nominee, she said in an interview that aired Sunday.

Asked by NBC News’ “Meet the Press” moderator Kristen Welker, “So you’re no longer bound by that pledge?” Haley responded that she was not obligated to endorse former President Donald Trump if he becomes the Republican nominee.

“No, I think I’ll make what decision I want to make, but that’s not something I’m thinking about,” she said, noting that “if you talk about an endorsement, you’re talking about a loss. I don’t think like that.”

She added, “When you’re in a race, you don’t think about losing. You think about continuing to go forward.”

Pressed further about whether voters who will head to the polls in the GOP presidential primary on Tuesday deserve to know where she stands on endorsing Trump, Haley continued to dodge the question, saying, “When you all ask Donald Trump if he would support me, then I will talk about that. But right now, my focus is, ‘How do we touch as many voters? How do we win?’”

The statement is an apparent shift from her previous attitude toward a potential endorsement. Asked in July whether she would support Trump if he wins, Haley told Fox News, “I would support him because I’m not going to have a President Kamala Harris,” referring to the fact that Vice President Kamala Harris would become president if anything were to happen to President Joe Biden in a second term.

In order to participate in primary debates hosted by the Republican National Committee last fall, every candidate signed a pledge to support the eventual Republican nominee. Haley signed that pledge.

But in her “Meet the Press” interview, she blasted the RNC, saying, “The RNC is not the same RNC” and that “now it’s Trump’s” RNC.

“I mean, at the time of the debate, we had to take it to where, ‘Would you support the nominee,’ and in order to get on that debate stage, you said, ‘Yes,’” Haley said.

Business Insider also said:

Nikki Haley, vying for the Republican presidential candidate nomination, hinted that she might not endorse the GOP presidential nominee if it’s former President Donald Trump.

The former UN Ambassador signaled her detachment from the Republican National Committee’s (RNC) pledge to endorse the nominee in a “Meet the Press” interview with moderator Kristen Welker on NBC News.

When asked directly by NBC’s Welker, “So you’re no longer bound by that pledge?” Haley said she was not obligated to endorse Trump and insisted that she has “serious concerns about Donald Trump. I have even more concerns about Joe Biden.”

The prominent Republican figure refrained from committing to endorsing Trump. Haley sidestepped direct questions about her potential endorsement of Trump, instead redirecting the focus to broader electoral strategies and the significance of touching base with voters.

She said, “I’ll make what decision I want to make,” implying a departure from her previous stance of staunch support for the party’s nominee.