Former South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley has refuted claims by her former Trump administration colleague Mike Pompeo that he lobbied senior White House officials to replace Mike Pence on the 2020 Republican ticket, calling them Dismissed as false, the state was lying to promote his new memoir.
In an interview with Fox News, Haley accused Pompeo of what she described as “lies and gossip to sell the book” on the part of making the rounds to promote Pompeo’s new book. Never give up: Fight for the America we love.
“I don’t know why he said that, but that’s exactly why he stayed as far away from Washington as possible to avoid the drama.”
The former UN ambassador also said she is considering running for president, telling interviewer Brett Byer on Thursday that she believes the current economic climate is boosting the new leader, saying that He added that he thinks he can become a person.
“Well, when you look at a presidential run, you look at two things. The second question is, “Am I a potential new leader?” Haley responded to Fox anchor Brett Byer’s question about whether she would run for president in 2024.
“You know, in the first question…” she said, beginning a lengthy critique of the Joe Biden administration.
“You can see inflation picking up, economies shrinking, governments getting bigger, and small business owners unable to pay their rent. We justify the fact that we need to move in a new direction,” Haley said.
“So do you think I can be the leader of that? Yes, but we’re still on things and we’ll figure it out. But I still say, I’m not going to lose right now,” she added.
Haley had previously said she did not intend to confront Trump, but when asked about her remarks, she said a lot had changed since then, adding: “America’s survival matters.” rice field.
“If I run, I will be against Joe Biden. There can’t be a second term for Joe Biden, so that’s what I’m focusing on,” Haley said.
“Bigger than one person. When I think about America’s future, I think it’s time for a new generational shift. I don’t think you have to be 80 to be the leader of DC,” Haley said.
“I think the younger generation needs to come in and step up and really start solving problems.”
“Before we surrendered to Afghanistan, before we saw this high inflation and high crime. Before we saw drug infestation in every state. We saw foreign policy in chaos. It was before, so many things have changed.
“And when I look at it, I see the fact that if I’m this passionate and I’m this determined, why not me.”
“Keep an eye out,” Haley told viewers when asked if a 2024 decision would be made anytime soon.