Haley Celebrates Small Victory, Continues Bid Against Trump

On Sunday, Republican primary candidate Nikki Haley was absolutely ecstatic after she managed to win the extremely liberal Washington, D.C., vote, getting her first win after a long series of losses to former President Donald Trump.

According to PJ Media, the former United Nations Ambassador managed to get 62% of the vote, nearly doubling that of the New York businessman who got 33.2%. Notably, according to AP News, the city is one of the most Democrat-filled jurisdictions in America, having only 23,000 registered Republicans within it.

“It’s not surprising that Republicans closest to Washington dysfunction are rejecting Donald Trump and all his chaos,” said after the victory.

Haley immediately began to celebrate the minor victory, with Haley spokesperson Olivia Perez-Cubas stating “It’s not surprising that Republicans closest to Washington dysfunction are rejecting Donald Trump and all his chaos.”

The Republican candidate also appeared on NBC News’ “Meet the Press” to celebrate potentially her only victory in the race.

Host Kristen Welker pushed quite hard against the candidate, questioning whether she would be able to possibly find any success in the overall election. The former South Carolina governor gave very flowery answers, avoiding the harsh reality that her campaign is largely doomed against the monumental personality that is Donald Trump.

Welker also once again questioned Haley on whether she would endorse Trump as the Republican nominee, prompting the candidate to once again avoid the question with talks of how she’s “in a race” and can’t be thinking like that.

While she still didn’t give a definitive answer on whether she’d endorse Trump as the candidate, she did claim that she’s not bound by the RNC pledge to endorse whichever candidate is ultimately voted in the Republican primary.

“I think I’ll make what decision I wanna make but that’s not something I’m thinking about,” she told the NBC host.

While Haley continues with her push that she’s still in the race, only being able to win a single jurisdiction and losing her home state is damning for her race. Of course, the race isn’t over until it’s over but the South Carolinian seems intent on pushing past where she’s wanted.

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