Former UN ambassador to run with Trump for White House – America

Nikki Haley is the first Republican to announce that she will face Donald Trump in the GOP primary for the 2024 presidential election. 2021.

Former United Nations (UN) ambassador Nikki Haley announced this Tuesday that she will run in the Republican primary to become the US president in 2024. The candidacy could split Republicans, in an election she officially counts to former President Donald Trump in the race.

Nikki Haley is the first Republican to announce she will face Donald Trump in the party’s primary. In a video posted on social media, the former South Carolina governor announced her candidacy on behalf of a “new generation of leaders,” stressing that “some look at America and see vulnerability,” particularly China and Russia.

“Everyone is thinking about it [os Estados Unidos] they might get bullied and kicked around, but know this about me: I can’t stand bullies. When we kick, they hurt more if we wear high heels,” she says.

The daughter of Indian immigrants, Nikki Haley became known in the Republican Party as a staunch defender of conservative values, especially on issues of gender and race. He supported Donald Trump in withdrawing from the Paris Agreement and moving the Israeli embassy to Jerusalem, but distanced himself from the former president after the 2021 Capitol invasion.

The former US ambassador to the United Nations, a post to which she was appointed by Donald Trump, was already a name considered likely in the Republican presidential race. Asked about it, Donald Trump said in an interview on “The Hugh Hewitt Podcast” that Nikki Haley is “very ambitious” and that he encouraged her candidacy.

The official presentation of the candidacy of 51-year-old Nikki Haley should take place this Wednesday. Donald Trump, 76, has so far been the only one in the race, having announced last November that he would run.

In addition to Nikki Haley, other Republicans are expected to run in the party’s primary, such as Florida Governor Ron DeSandis or former Vice President Mike Pence. New Hampshire Gov. Chris Sununu, Sen. Tim Scott and former Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson are also possible candidates.

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