Can a woman of Indian origin beat Trump (and Biden)?

The race for the White House begins within the Republican Party. Less than three months after former President Donald Trump announced his 2024 candidacy, the former South Carolina governor and former US ambassador to the United Nations is the first (and won’t be the last) to follow in his footsteps. Nikki Haley, who has gone from critic to supporter of the former president, is pushing for a “generational change” in the party and, at 51, wants to be the face of that change, taking on a 76-year-old opponent. For some, the fact that she is an Indian wife and daughter may also take away arguments from Democrats and Joe Biden himself, should he run for re-election despite his 80s.

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