CNN to Reportedly Hold Townhall With Nikki Haley

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Former South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley is reportedly set to participate in another Republican presidential town hall, which will be hosted by CNN next month. The announcement was made by the news outlet on Wednesday.

CNN has reported that Haley is set to take part in a live event in Iowa, a key early primary state, on June 4.

The event will be moderated by Jake Tapper and is scheduled to begin at 8 p.m. Eastern Time.

On May 10, the outlet hosted its inaugural Republican presidential town hall in New Hampshire, featuring former President Donald Trump as the guest of honor.

The event was moderated by Kaitlan Collins, an anchor for CNN.

During a recent public appearance, former President Donald Trump was met with a lively exchange with his interviewer on stage. The audience cheered and laughed as the two clashed over various topics, including questions about the events of January 6th, the ongoing conflict in Ukraine, the 2020 election, and Trump’s recent legal issues.

In early February, the presidential race saw the entrance of Haley as the second Republican candidate to join the fray.

Additionally, the former governor is competing against her fellow South Carolina senator, Tim Scott. The Republican primary field is set to expand with the anticipated entry of Florida Governor Ron DeSantis and former Vice President Mike Pence.

They will be joining the likes of former Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson, businessman Vivek Ramaswamy, and conservative radio host Larry Elder.

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