Trump Accuses Nikki Haley of ‘Bullsh*t’ on National TV After She Claims Race ‘Far from Over’

Republican presidential candidate former President Donald Trump arrives to speak at a primary election night party in Nashua, N.H., Tuesday, Jan. 23, 2024. (AP Photo/Matt Rourke)
Published January 23, 2024

Former President Donald Trump on national television accused former Gov. Nikki Haley (R-SC) of “bullshit” after she said her loss in the New Hampshire primary marked a “great night” and declared the race for the Republican nomination “far from over.”

Flanked by Vivek Ramaswamy, Sen. Tim Scott (R-SC), and his son Eric Trump, the 45th president slammed Nikki Haley and her quixotic campaign after watching her post-primary remarks Tuesday evening where she said she looked forward to the South Carolina contest.

Trump: You can’t let people get away with bullshit. And when I watched her in the fancy dress that probably wasn’t so fancy

— Acyn (@Acyn) January 24, 2024

Trump noted he believes he is “50 points up on” Haley in the Palmetto State.

“I find in life you can’t let people get away with bullshit. You can’t, you just can’t do that,” Trump declared. “And when I watched her — the fancy dress that probably wasn’t so fancy — … I said, ‘what’s she doing? We won,’ and she did the same thing last week.”

In her speech on Tuesday, Haley said those in the “political class” are “falling all over themselves, saying this race is over.”

“There are dozens of states left to go, and the next one is my sweet state of South Carolina,” she said.



RELATED: In New Hampshire, Trump Touts His Victory, Calls Out Haley as ‘an Imposter’

Published January 23, 2024

Former President Donald Trump has been declared the winner of the 2024 New Hampshire Primary. Trump received an immediate endorsement from Texas Sen. John Cornyn, solidifying his backing by the Republican Senate. Trump mounted the stage, flanked by his son and daughter-in-law, Eric and Lara Trump, and South Carolina Senator Tim Scott, who led a chant of “USA!” Trump kept his initial remarks short and sweet and allowed his comments to be interspersed with the comments from his surrogates.

Trump began by thanking everyone in the room and the state of New Hampshire for his win.

I want to thank everybody. This is a fantastic state, this is a great, great state! You know we won New Hampshire three times now. Three, three. We win it every time. We’ve won the primary, we’ve won the generals —It’s a very special place to me, it’s very important. If you remember in 2016, we came here and we needed that win, and we won it by 21 points, and it was great.

Trump first alluded to Nikki Haley without mentioning her name, referring to her as an imposter.

Today, I have to tell you, it was very interesting because I said, wow, what a great victory. But then somebody ran up to the stage, all dressed up nicely, when it was at seven [points]. But now, I just walked up and it said 14. But she ran up when it was seven, and said we have to do what’s good for our party…She was doing a speech like she won. She didn’t win, she lost. Last week we had a bit of a problem. If you remember, Ron was very upset because she ran up and she pretended she won Iowa.

And I looked around, I said, ‘Didn’t she come in third?’ Yeah, she came in third. Then I looked at the polls and she was talking about “most winnability,” whose going to win. And I had one put one up, I don’t know if you’ve seen it, but I’ve had one put up. We’ve won almost every single poll in the last three months against crooked Joe Biden. Almost every poll. And she doesn’t win those polls. This is not your typical victory speech, but let’s not have somebody take a victory, when she had a very bad night. She had a very bad night.



RELATED: Trump says he ‘doesn’t care’ if Haley stays in race

Published January 22, 2024

Former President Trump said Tuesday that he’s indifferent about whether former United Nations Ambassador Nikki Haley stays in the race beyond the New Hampshire primary after her campaign signaled it planned to compete for weeks to come.

“No I don’t care if she stays in,” Trump said during a campaign stop in New Hampshire. “Let her do whatever she wants. It doesn’t matter.”

Trump is expected to beat Haley in New Hampshire on Tuesday, and Haley is not competing in the Nevada caucuses, opting instead to run in the state’s primary, which will not factor into delegate allocation.

The former president is also leading Haley by a wide margin in her home state of South Carolina, leading to speculation about whether Haley, the Palmetto State’s former governor, would drop out if she loses in New Hampshire.

Haley is Trump’s lone remaining primary challenger after the rest of the field dropped out, with most of them endorsing Trump.

But her campaign signaled earlier Tuesday it did not intend to exit the race anytime soon.

“The political class and the media want to give Donald Trump a coronation. They say the race is over,” Haley’s campaign manager, Betsy Ankney, wrote in a memo.





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