Nikki Haley Says She’s ‘Not Going Anywhere’ Despite Trailing Far Behind Trump

On Thursday, Former U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley said that her presidential campaign was not over despite her trailing former President Donald Trump by more than 50 points in polls. 

Haley made her comments during an interview with Jake Tapper on CNN’s “The Lead” when asked about RNC Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel suggesting that Haley should drop out of the race. 

“Did you think it was inappropriate when the RNC chair, Ronna McDaniel, suggested that you need to drop out because she didn’t see a path for you?” Tapper asked.  

“I absolutely think it was inappropriate,” Haley said. “We have had two states that have voted. You need 1,215 delegates. Donald Trump has 32. I have 17. We still have 48 states and more territories to go before we get there.” 

“I’m not going anywhere, Jake,” she continued. “I’m going to continue to go all the way through South Carolina. Then we’re going to go on to Super Tuesday, and we’re going to keep on going forward. This is about the fact that we can’t live in chaos anymore.” 

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