Nikki Haley beats disdain for Trump to a pulp at the altar of political expediency

Former Republican presidential candidate Nikki Haley took her rancid disdain for former President Donald Trump to the altar of political expediency and beat it to a pulp.

That pulp will now be fashioned into a vote for a man she once called “totally unhinged.” Barely three months ago she was assiduously positioning herself as the only true challenger to Trump’s unhinged ways, that included his weird obsession Russia’s President Vladimir Putin.

Indian American Nikki Haley defeats Donald Trump in Washington DC for first primary victory

Former South Carolina Governor and Indian American Nikki Haley defeated former President Donald Trump in Washington DC in the Republican primary according to The Hill projections on Sunday night. Haley garnered 1,274 votes to former President Trump’s 676 with all precincts reporting, according to the US-based news daily, ahead of Super Tuesday when 16 states are holding primaries.

Republican candidate Nikki Haley interacts with Indian Americans at California fundraiser

At a high-profile fundraising event hosted by Silicon Valley based Venture Capitalists Tim Draper, a few Indian Americans were present to support Indian American Republican presidential candidate Nikki Haley on Feb 6. Nimarata ‘Nikki’ Haley, former UN Ambassador and two-time South Carolina governor announced her 2024 US presidential race on Feb 14 last year. Tickets for the event topped out at $16,600 per person.

Indian American Nikki Haley on Fox Business: India sees US as weak, doesn’t trust it to lead

Asserting that India has always played it smart, Indian American Republican Presidential hopeful Nikki Haley said that the country partners with Russia as it doesn’t trust the US to win and lead. In an interview with Charles Payne of Fox Business News, the 51-year-old former UN ambassador and two-time Governor of South Carolina said that she has “dealt” with India and spoken to Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

Indian American presidential aspirant Nikki Haley seeks Secret Service protection

Indian American Republican presidential candidate Nikki Haley, the lone challenger left against former US President Donald Trump, has formally requested Secret Service protection citing “multiple issues,” the BBC reported. The former two-time South Carolina Governor and United Nations ambassador discussed the request for protection in an interview with The Wall Street Journal on Monday.

“She’s resilient”: Indian Americans react to Nikki Haley’s campaign after Iowa and New Hampshire

“She resilient,” says veteran Indian American Republican Dr. Sampat Shivangi, describing former South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley and her presidential campaign. Haley, who lost to former President Donald Trump in both Iowa and New Hampshire this month, has refused to quit, while her other rivals — Indian American entrepreneur Vivek Ramaswamy and Florida Governor Ron DeSantis — have both ended their campaigns and have endorsed Trump.

‘This race is far from over’, says Indian American Nikki Haley after New Hampshire loss

Indian American Republican presidential candidate Nikki Haley said that the race for White House 2024 was “far from over” after her former boss Donald Trump won the New Hampshire primary, solidifying his position as GOP’s likely nominee. With 75 per cent of the estimated vote counted (11.54 PM ET), the former President registered 54.3 per cent support against Haley’s 43.6 per cent in the critical early state contest.

Nikki Haley’s nomination prospects

Mayank Chhaya- Republican presidential candidate Nikki Haley remains optimistic about her prospects despite being in a party in which, according to Pew Research, 86 percent of its members say electing a woman as president is either not at all important or not too important. Republican presidential candidate Nikki Haley remains optimistic about her prospects despite […]

Indian Americans react to Vivek Ramaswamy dropping out and Nikki Haley’s third place result

It was not an easy evening in Iowa if you were an Indian American that supports the Republicans. Biotech multimillionaire Vivek Ramaswamy, 38, who was touted as a frontrunner in 2023 to challenge former President Donald Trump for the GOP nomination, dropped out of the race after a lukewarm No 4 showing at the Iowa Republican caucuses on Monday. Former South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley, whose poll numbers showed a sharp rise in the last month would have been only disappointed with a third place result.

Breaking: Indian American Vivek Ramaswamy drops out of presidential race, endorses Donald Trump

Indian American presidential aspirant Vivek Ramaswamy has announced that he is dropping out of the race after finishing fourth behind Donald Trump, Ron DeSantis and Nikki Haley in the Republican caucuses in Iowa on Monday. The 38-year-old biotech millionaire said on Monday night that he will be endorsing Trump for the presidency, raising expectations that he will likely be one of the people in contention for the Trump ticket in November.