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Hayley confirms she has no intention of dropping out of the US presidential race

 

Hayley confirms she has no intention of

 dropping out of the US presidential race

 

Former Permanent Representative to the United Nations Nikki Haley said

that she had no intention of withdrawing from the presidential race and

would continue her electoral fight until the closure of the last polling station.


Commenting on her rival's speech

 in the election race, Donald Trump


who suggested that Haley would refuse to participate in the primary 


as a successor to other contenders, Healy said, "I'm not doing


 what I'm asked to do."

She promised to "struggle until the last section closes," adding, "I'm not going to

 talk about the obituary (of my campaign) just because you all (journalists) 

think we should talk about it."

The Republican primary in New Hampshire takes place on Tuesday

 and Healy is Trump's leading challenger to identify

 the GOP presidential nominee following 



the withdrawal of 


businessman Vivek Ramaswamy, former New Jersey and

 Arkansas governors Chris Christie and Asa Hutchinson

and Florida Governor Ron DeSantis.

Ramaswamy and DeSantis said they supported former President 

Trump

while Hutchinson announced his support for Haley.


Nimrata Randhawa "Nikki" Halley (born 20 January 1972)

 is an Asian-American Republican Party politician who has served as governor of

 South Carolina since 2011. Prior to her election in 2010 as Governor of State No.


 116, Lexington County 

was represented in the South Carolina House of Representatives.


 She is the first woman to serve as South Carolina's governor at age 43

and is the youngest current governor in the United States. 


She is the second 

American Indian governor in the United States


after Bobby Jindal of Louisiana. She also serves as President of the University of

 South Carolina's Board of Trustees during her tenure in the Office. In 2012


Republican candidate 

Mitt Romney announced his intention to take him as his running 

mate in the 2012 U.S. presidential election. But she rejected 


this offer on

 the grounds that she was in office as Governor of South Carolina. 


On November 23, 2016, it was announced that Nikki Haley would be nominated

 for the post of U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations in President-elect 

Donald Trump's administration, pending Senate approval. 


The Senate approved 

Donald Trump's nomination to serve as the United States delegate to 

the United Nations. In 2016, Time magazine selected her as one of

 the most influential characters of 2016. On Wednesday


October 10

2018, she announced her resignation as a United Nations delegate on

 the grounds that she would take a break. President Trump's Ambassador to 

the United Nations, Nikki R. Haley, on Tuesday, will resign at the end of the year

 marking the exit of one of the few women in the Trump administration.