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Nikki Haley was forced to leave the New Hampshire campaign trail  

  • Nikki Haley was forced to take a short break from her campaign tour.
  • Since placing third in the Iowa caucuses, Haley has shifted her focus to New Hampshire.
  • Haley was determined to be seven percentage points ahead of Donald Trump.

The 2020 Republican National Convention nominee Nikki Haley was forced to take a short break from her campaign tour to tend to her hospitalized father, Ajit Singh Randhawa.

Randhawa, who is thought to be in his nineties, taught biology at Denmark, South Carolina‘s Voorhees College from 1969 until 1998. Haley, a native of the northern Punjab region of India, discussed her parents’ struggles and experiences with discrimination during the 2020 Republican National Convention.

Nikki Haley

Since placing third in the Iowa caucuses, Haley has shifted her focus to New Hampshire. Haley was determined to be seven percentage points ahead of Donald Trump, the winner of the Iowa caucuses, according to a CNN survey done by the University of New Hampshire.

In addition to urging voters to think twice before endorsing Trump, she demanded that the GOP find a “new generational leader” to guide the party in addressing the nation’s problems.

Haley said that Iowans had the opportunity to demonstrate the strength of their voice and set the example for getting the nation back on track, praising them for their diligence and sense of patriotism.

To counter Republican turmoil with Democratic disarray, she also urged Iowans to choose a “new generational leader” and to think twice before endorsing Trump.

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