- Nikki Haley and Donald Trump will make their final speeches in New Hampshire.
- Haley hopes to disrupt Trump’s hegemony in the primary contest.
- Trump encouraged fans to cast ballots on Tuesday night at a rally in Manchester on Saturday night
After their respective campaigns for the Republican presidential nomination, former South Carolina governor Nikki Haley and former president Donald Trump will make their final speeches in New Hampshire.
Haley, the former US ambassador to the UN, hopes to disrupt Trump’s hegemony in the primary contest. The route to the nomination became even more crowded for Haley after Trump’s triumph in the Iowa caucuses highlighted his superiority in the primary contest.
A surprise victory in New Hampshire would put an end to Haley’s already difficult path to the nomination, which would be crucial to her chances.
Trump encouraged fans to cast ballots on Tuesday night at a rally in Manchester on Saturday night, joined by Haley and Florida Governor Ron DeSantis. At the rally, senior South Carolina state and federal authorities praised Trump, highlighting his candidacy as the one to “save America” and deal with the “Biden disaster.”
Haley ratcheted up her criticism of Trump in an attempt to highlight the differences between her strategy and the disorganized administration of the former politician and tycoon.
Her emphasis was on the four criminal cases that Trump is facing, which include attempts to void the results of the 2020 election. In their opinion, she ought to challenge Trump more forcefully and bluntly, as some independent and Republican voters feel she should.