Nikki Haley Says She Has a “Big Announcement” Regarding the 2024 Presidential Election

Nikki Haley, a former governor of South Carolina, hinted on Wednesday at an exciting announcement coming on February 15.

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She is likely to publicly state her candidacy for president of the United States in 2024, becoming the second Republican to do so ever since former President Trump did so late in 2022.

Nikki Haley For President!

She said on February 15th, she and her family will share a special announcement with America, as Haley wrote. Surely, South Carolina is going to have a fantastic day!

The former U.N. ambassador will formally declare her candidacy for president in 2024, according to several sources who spoke with Fox News Digital on Tuesday.

Haley has been dropping hints about a run for the White House for several weeks, positioning herself as a youthful, more popular alternative to the past president.

Newer generations are required now. More initiative is required right now. The time has come for us to start reclaiming our nation in earnest.

On January 20, Haley remarked on Joe Biden by saying he cannot serve a second term and Republicans must also keep in mind they have failed in the previous seven out of eight presidential popular votes.

It’s time to elect a Republican who can govern effectively and prevail in a general election.

The 51-year-old rose swiftly in the political landscape of the Palmetto State, establishing a track record as a straightforward conservative in the state’s House of Representatives from 2005 to 2011.

When Haley assumed office as South Carolina’s first female governor in January 2011, she also happened to be the youngest governor in the nation at the age of 39.

She would continue in service for two terms as the state’s only Indian-American governor.

She was the 29th American ambassador to the UN, serving in that capacity from January 2017 to December 2018. When Haley was elected governor of South Carolina, she vowed to do more to combat illegal immigration.

To that end, she signed legislation requiring officers to check the visa status of anybody they stop who they suspected of being present in the country unlawfully. A state law prohibiting abortions after 20 weeks of pregnancy was also approved by her in 2016.

When responding to the Charleston shootings, in which nine African Americans attending a Bible study were shot and murdered by a supremacist, Haley garnered worldwide headlines in 2015.

The Confederate flag should be taken down from the capitol building grounds, the then-governor demanded.

Hayley’s Excellent Policies

She declared, immediately after passing a measure to retire the battle flag, that the banner, while a vital part of our history, doesn’t represent the future of her magnificent state.

On Saturday, while he was traveling from a campaign rally in New Hampshire to a leadership launch in South Carolina, Trump spoke with journalists on board his jet and claimed Haley had called to consider running for president.

This article appeared in The Patriot Brief and has been published here with permission.