(DCWatchdog.com) – With less than 90 days to the 2022 midterm elections, former South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley, a Republican, may have dropped a strong hint about her possible plans for 2024.
Haley, who served as former President Donald Trump’s United States ambassador to the United Nations for the first two years of his presidency, was asked by Fox News about her possibly seeking the nomination of the GOP in 2024, to which she replied, “sometimes it takes a woman.”
After being asked about Trump’s odds in 2024, and her own, Haley said:
“Well, I think President Trump will decide for himself if he wants to run again. And the January 6 [committee] has been a biased committee from the start without anyone pushing back on any of the information they have. So it’s very hard for Americans to trust it. What I will tell you is, look, if there’s a place for me, I look at the craziness in the world, I look at what’s happening with this woke culture and our schools wanting our kids to decide their gender, I look at the fact that we’ve got men playing women’s sports, I look at the fact that we got our military focused on gender pronoun classes. What I will tell you is we need to snap out of it. This is absolute craziness. We’ve got enemies trying to come after us, and America has been naive, it’s been weak, and it’s been asleep at the wheel.
“I’m just saying, sometimes, it takes a woman. And Margaret Thatcher said if you want something said, ask a man. If you want something done, ask a woman. We should not take our eyes off of 2022. If we don’t win in 2022, there won’t be a 2024. So we need to stay humble, disciplined and win that. And then if there’s a place for me, I’ve never lost a race, I’m not going to start now. We’ll see what happens, and we’ll go forward.” [emphasis added]
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