In a rather shocking turn of events, none other than Nikki Haley has scored a serious victory over otherwise top presidential candidate Donald Trump.
Chiefly in the form of a key endorsement, within just weeks of the first Republican primary election.
While Trump may be soaring across various polls, especially against Biden, it is clear that other Republican hopefuls are making major inroads amongst highly influential politicians.
Last fall, Haley had a rather telling interview with radio host Jack Heath in November, where she made it rather clear that she was wide open to receiving highly influential endorsements.
And one such endorsement includes the endorsement from New Hampshire Governor Chris Sununu, given that the Republican primary in the state will occur within weeks.
“It would be big. There’s no mistaking that Chris is a popular governor, not just in the state. He’s popular around the country,” Haley mused.
Indeed, he is. And such an endorsement would make a major change in the dynamics of the current presidential race.
Haley, biding her time, played coy as to whether or not she would receive the endorsement from Sununu.
“The idea that if we could get his endorsement, it would mean a lot. But, you know, we’ll wait and see. He’s taking his time on this one and we’re going to hold out,” Haley announced.
On his part, Sununu has also hinted that the race between candidates was “wide open,” rather than a “two-man” race between Trump and DeSantis.
“I think the race is actually wide open,” Sununu mused.
And, on that note, Sununu has now made his position official: He is “all in” on a Haley presidency.
“Let’s get this thing done. We’re all in on Nikki Haley, undoubtedly. You can feel the energy. You can feel it,” Sununu proclaimed.
Republican voters can certainly “feel it,” that’s for sure.
As in a seismic shift in the 2024 presidential race less than a year before it occurs.
“This is not a campaign … This is a movement,” Sununu boomed.
Indeed, it is. The question, however, is which kind of “movement?”
If Haley wins New Hampshire, Trump will undoubtedly face myriad complications in his own campaign.
At the same time, Haley would surely be a better option than Biden.
Moreover, since Biden has managed to enrage Dems in New Hampshire from stripping them of hosting the first primary, it is safe to say that the New England state will be full of surprises in the new year.
Author: Jane Jones