Nikki Haley asks who is REALLY running the White House for 80-year-old Biden
Nikki Haley asks who REALLY runs the White House for 80-year-old Biden: 2024 contender tells DailyMail.com she sees Kamala as her rival as the current president won’t last another four years
- “I think everyone is wondering” who’s in charge in the White House since Biden’s cognitive health has declined, Haley told DailyMail.com
- “I keep saying that a vote for President Biden is really a vote for President Kamala Harris”
- The 2024 GOP primaries are the most important race ever because there is only ‘one chance’ to beat Kamala, she adds
Nikki Haley questions who really runs the White House as President Biden’s cognitive health declines in his old age, paving the way to run against Kamala Harris in 2024, saying the president is still four years ‘will not save’.
“I think everyone’s wondering ‘who’s in charge in the White House since Biden’s cognitive health has declined, Haley told DailyMail.com during an exclusive interview Thursday at an oil rig in Midland, Texas.
“I will continue to say that a vote for President Biden is really a vote for President Kamala Harris,” she added.
‘Everyone knows that. Everyone knows that at 82 years old, if you look at him and you see how far he’s deteriorated in the last few years, he’s not going to make it through a full term.’ Biden would be 82 by the time he is sworn in for his second term if he wins the general election.
“So I run against Kamala Harris. That’s how I see it. That’s how the American people see it.’
Haley wondered what Harris has been up to as vice president.
“She was called the border tsar—well, that didn’t go over very well. She was now dubbed the artificial intelligence (AI) tsar. Well, we literally do nothing about it.’
“I will continue to say that a vote for President Biden is really a vote for President Kamala Harris,” she told DailyMail.com in an exclusive interview.
Haley visited an oil rig in Midland, Texas, on Thursday
“I haven’t seen anything Kamala Harris has done in the Biden administration yet.”
“So the idea of her running for president makes us wonder what exactly happened to us.”
She designed a version of America under a Harris presidency.
“What I know is that foreign policy would be a mess because dictators would do whatever they wanted with the US,” Haley said.
Kamala would focus on abortion and “open borders” rather than transparency in the classrooms, she continued.
‘That’s not what we want. It’s not good for America. We have to turn this around.’
“We have one chance to do it,” the former South Carolina governor warned. ‘And that is why this is primarily so important.’
This week, three more presidential candidates joined the 2024 GOP primary: former Vice President Mike Pence, former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, and North Dakota Governor Doug Burgum.
As for whether Christie and Pence are formidable challengers for her, Haley told DailyMail.com that she welcomes them to the race.
As for whether Christie and Pence are formidable challengers for her, Haley told DailyMail.com that she welcomes them to the race
“We keep doing what we are, no one can beat me at this,” she said.
“We are in Iowa, New Hampshire, South Carolina all the time. We do town halls, we answer every question we touch with every hand. We stay until the last person is gone. I keep doing this.’
“I think the American people want to see hard work. They want their support to be earned, and they want to make sure you get solutions that throw us off our feet and improve our children’s lives. I am determined to do that.’
Haley is probing
The former UN ambassador joins a growing field of GOP hopefuls, including her longtime boss, former President Donald Trump, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, Senator Tim Scott, former Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson and entrepreneur Vivek Ramaswamy.