Nikki Haley Claims GOP Primary “Is Far From Over”

After losing the first two contests in the GOP presidential primary to former president and current GOP primary frontrunner Donald Trump by significant margins, former South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley (R) is still vowing to stay in the race.

Haley came in third in the Iowa Caucuses, winning only one deep blue county after a precinct ran out of party switch forms from so many Democrats showing up to vote as a “Republican.”

She then came in second in the New Hampshire primary after Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) dropped out of the race. Haley still lost to Trump by a wide margin, 54.4% to 43.3% as of Wednesday afternoon with 97% of the vote counted. Her vote total has once again been partially attributed to supposedly independent and Democrat voters who switched their party affiliation to “undeclared” to vote in the GOP primary prior to the October deadline.

This has been confirmed in several interviews with Haley voters in New Hampshire, who explained that they had voted for her to sabotage Trump and planned to still vote for President Joe Biden in the general election even if Haley is the GOP nominee.

According to CNN’s live election coverage on Tuesday evening, a staggering 70% of Haley voters were not Republicans.

Despite clear evidence that Haley has little to no support among the GOP voter base, she told a crowd after the New Hampshire primary that she has no plans to drop out of the race in a bizarre speech where she appeared to be acting “like she won,” according to Trump.

“What a great night!” Haley declared. “God is so good.”

While she did ultimately acknowledge that Trump won the primary, Haley went on to argue that “the political class” was “falling all over themselves saying this race is over.”

“Well, I have news for all of them. New Hampshire is first in the nation. It is not the last in the nation,” she added. “This race is far from over. There are dozens of states left to go. And the next one is my sweet state of South Carolina.”

Haley also claimed that Trump would lose in a general election to Biden, despite nearly every recent poll showing the exact opposite and evidence showing that her support in the primary comes from Democrats who will not support her in the general election.

“The worst kept secret in politics is how badly the Democrats want to run against Donald Trump,” she stated. “They know Trump is the only Republican in the country who Joe Biden can defeat. You can’t fix the mess if you don’t win an election. A Trump nomination is a Biden win and a Kamala Harris presidency.”

Meanwhile, Trump fired back at Haley in his victory speech — pointing out her repeated bizarre attempts to act as if she “won” in both Iowa and New Hampshire.

“I said, ‘Wow, she’s doing a speech like she won. She didn’t win. She lost,’” he said. “Last week we had a little bit of a problem. If you remember, Ron was very upset, because she ran up and she pretended she won Iowa.”

“I looked around and I said, didn’t she come in third? Yeah, she came in third,” Trump added. “And then I looked at the polls, she was talking about most win-ability. Who is going to win, and I have one put up, we have won almost every single poll in the last three months against crooked Joe Biden. Almost every poll. And she doesn’t win those polls.”

He then pointed out that Haley had a “very bad night” and shouldn’t be trying to claim a victory in her loss.