Nikki Haley to End Presidential Campaign

[South Carolina Governor Nikki R. Haley, Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons]

Nikki Haley will end her presidential campaign Wednesday morning, The Wall Street Journal reports.

The announcement comes after the former South Carolina Governor and United Nations Ambassador won only one state, Vermont, out of 15 possible on Super Tuesday.

Haley’s exit means former President Donald Trump will be the presumptive nominee, officially, but the Journal reports Haley won’t endorse the former president on Wednesday, instead, she will just encourage him to earn the support of those who supported her.

Key supporters of Haley were suburban women and independents a cohort needed by former President Trump to overtake Biden in November.

Despite not being expected to endorse Trump on Wednesday Haley did pledge to do so.

The Journal reports:

Haley pledged earlier in the campaign to endorse the party’s eventual nominee but has since refused to reaffirm that commitment when asked about Trump. “What I will tell you is that I have serious concerns about Donald Trump. I have more serious concerns about Joe Biden,” she said in a Journal interview in late February.

It remains to be seen what Haley will do next after exiting the race.

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