The Trump 2024 campaign took a shot at Republican presidential candidate Nikki Haley Wednesday.
Trump spokeswoman Liz Harrington shared “The Real Nikki Haley” document from the campaign.
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Haley “supported Paul Ryan’s plan for entitlement reform, threatening medicare and social security,” pushed for “more American fighter planes to fuel the war” in Ukraine, “is weak on immigration and does not support a border wall,” and “did not support a transgender bathroom bill to protect children,” according to the Trump campaign.
Former President Trump also hit the former South Carolina governor for being inspired by Hillary Clinton to run for office.
Finally, the campaign called out the former U.S. ambassador to the United Nations under Trump, for previously declaring, “I would not run if President Trump ran.”
The Real Nikki Haley pic.twitter.com/BcW8doC3rt— Liz Harrington (@realLizUSA) February 15, 2023
Haley, at her first campaign speech in Charleston, S.C., also fired a few shots of her own, including Trump’s age.
“In the America I see, the permanent politician will finally retire,” Haley told supporters. “We’ll have term limits for Congress and mandatory mental competency tests for politicians over 75 years old.”
Trump is currently 76 years old and would be 78 in 2024 and President Biden will be 82.
Nikki Haley: "We'll have term limits for Congress, and mandatory mental competency tests for politicians over 75 years old … strong and proud, not weak and woke, that's the America I see." pic.twitter.com/OxEBcRONnz— Aaron Rupar (@atrupar) February 15, 2023
Haley also alluded to Trump’s 2020 campaign loss, guaranteeing she would win the popular vote.
Nikki Haley's message to her fellow Republicans: "Our cause is right, but we have failed to win the confidence of a majority of Americans. Well, that ends today." https://t.co/rqbuosPvEi pic.twitter.com/nVbgDTAFVL— CNN Politics (@CNNPolitics) February 15, 2023
“I will simply say this. May the best woman win,” she said to a raucous applause, before adding that she doesn’t believe in “identity politics” or “glass ceilings.”
Haley says "may the best woman win" but then immediately adds that her campaign isn't really about identity politics pic.twitter.com/NnLa2YY3BJ— Aaron Rupar (@atrupar) February 15, 2023