Team Trump Releases Memo Claiming Nikki Haley Will Drop Out Of 2024 Race This Weekend

By Victor Winston, updated on February 20, 2024

In a bold move, former President Donald Trump's 2024 campaign has declared the impending end of Nikki Haley's presidential ambitions.

The memo released by Trump's campaign team casts a shadow over Nikki Haley's future in the 2024 race, foretelling an end to her campaign following the South Carolina primary.

The advisory note, penned by campaign advisers Chris LaCivita and Susie Wiles, struck the political airwaves on Tuesday. Addressing "Interested Parties" neatly coincided with Haley's "State of the Race" speech in Greenville, South Carolina. This timing suggests a strategic attempt to overshadow Haley’s efforts to rally support ahead of the critical South Carolina primary.

Trump's Campaign Aims to Shift Focus to General Election

The memo didn't hold back in its criticism by describing the expected downfall of Haley's campaign. It unfavorably compared Haley to fellow Republicans and even President Joe Biden, signaling a strong dismissal of her political relevance. The document boldly claims, "Nikki Haley’s campaign ends Saturday, February 24th, fittingly, in her home state, rejected by those who know her best."

This dismissal stemmed from a notable deficit Haley faces against Trump in South Carolina, with polling data showing her trailing by 25 points. Past triumphs for Trump in the Iowa caucuses and New Hampshire primary further underscored the memo's confidence in predicting Haley's campaign demise.

Chris LaCivita and Susie Wiles’ memo paints a bleak picture for Haley, positing her campaign as a sinking ship bound for failure in the face of insurmountable odds. It eloquently states:

Of course, like any wailing loser hell-bent on an alternative reality and refusing to come to grips with her imminent political mortality, we should expect more references to Kings and Coronations — even though the results of 5 elections overwhelmingly sent an unmistaken message: Nikki Haley doesn’t represent Republicans any more than Joe Biden does.

Mutual Criticisms Escalate Between Trump and Haley

The rivalry between Trump and Haley has been anything but subdued. Recently, their exchange of criticisms escalated, with Trump questioning the commitment of Haley's husband due to his National Guard deployment.

Haley, in turn, has been vocal about Trump's rhetoric toward Russia and Putin, particularly highlighting the death of Alexei Navalny as a point of contention.

Nikki Haley remains steadfast despite the barrage of critiques and the memo's stark predictions. In her Greenville speech, she branded Trump as "unstable" and vocalized her resolve to persevere in the presidential race irrespective of the primary outcomes and elitist opposition.

Trump Campaign Prepares for the General Election

"I refuse to quit," Haley defiantly stated. "South Carolina will vote on Saturday. But on Sunday, I’ll still be running for President. I’m not going anywhere."

The Trump campaign's memo also outlines its strategy post-South Carolina primary. It emphasizes dismissing Haley as a non-factor, coordinating with the Republican National Committee, and gearing up for the general election. The memo suggests an unwavering determination to transition attention from primary contests to the broader goal of securing a second term for Trump.

In conclusion, the Trump campaign has confidently predicted the end of Nikki Haley's presidential bid following the South Carolina primary. Despite this, Haley remains undeterred, determined to continue her campaign against increasing rivalries and diverging political strategies.

The unfolding events underscore a tumultuous phase within the Republican party as it grapples with internal competition and strategizes for the upcoming general election against a backdrop of pronounced political division.

About Victor Winston

Victor is a freelance writer and researcher who focuses on national politics, geopolitics, and economics.

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