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July 14, 2024

Media’s Shocking Reaction: Haley’s Campaign Finally Calls It Quits!

Following a series of defeats on Super Tuesday, Nikki Haley decided to end her quest for the GOP presidential nomination, triggering a flurry of opinions and jubilation from conservatives and Republicans on various social media platforms. Haley, in a tweet and speech, took on a solemn tone, quoting from the Book of Joshua and emphasizing strength and courage, particularly addressing women and girls who had supported her campaign. While some social media users expressed gratitude for Haley’s grace, others seized the opportunity to criticize her for not endorsing Trump.

Before Haley’s official announcement, former President Donald Trump, on Truth Social, asserted her defeat in record-setting fashion, attributing it to Democratic votes in Republican primaries and insinuating that she received support from Democrats. Trump celebrated his own success on Super Tuesday, inviting Haley supporters to join what he called “the greatest movement in the history of our Nation” while labeling Biden as the enemy destroying the country.

Responses on social media varied widely, with Haley’s supporters expressing disappointment, some Republicans highlighting her failure to endorse Trump with a “Never Trump” stance, and others celebrating Trump’s victory. Some used humor to lighten the mood, while prominent figures like Article III Project’s Mike Davis bluntly bid “good riddance” to Haley. The call for Haley to endorse Trump echoed among Republicans, with Rep. Lance Gooden urging her to support the GOP nominee and Rep. Mike Loychik criticizing her for not bowing out gracefully.

Fox News host Laura Ingraham welcomed Haley’s decision not to endorse Trump, suggesting it relieves Trump from feeling obligated to reciprocate. Podcaster Eric Matheny dismissed Haley’s campaign as a mere annoyance, emphasizing her irrelevance. Notably, British politician Nigel Farage, anticipating a potential second term for Trump, chimed in on the U.S. political landscape. As Trump emerges as the GOP presidential nominee, social media is poised for a lively 2024 election season with a multitude of perspectives.

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