The Republican Nikki Haley claims that this year a female president will arrive at the White House: "It will be either me or Kamala Harris"


The former U.S. Ambassador to the UN and Republican candidate for the November presidential nomination, Nikki Haley, stated on Tuesday that there will be a female president in the United States.

"It will either be me or Kamala Harris, and I don't want Kamala Harris as president. The first thing we need to understand is that Trump is not capable of beating Biden in an election. It's a fact," emphasized the aspirant on The Hugh Hewitt Show.

Haley ignored the fact that Trump is the favorite in all polls, arguing for less support from his direct opponent among independents.

In the New Hampshire primaries held last Tuesday, although Trump emerged victorious, 44% of voters were independents, and among this group, Haley prevailed with 58%, compared to the ex-president's 39%.

And in Iowa on January 15, which marked the beginning of the primary process, Trump's support was also lower in high-income suburbs.

"Look at Iowa. Look at New Hampshire. He doesn't win among independents. No one can win general elections if they don't have independents. He doesn't win among suburban women," Haley emphasized.

The candidate also stated that Trump "has lost some Republicans who don't like his style (...) 75% of Americans say they don't want a rematch between Biden and Trump."

At the end of the New Hampshire primaries, Haley had already warned that if Trump were nominated by the party, it would mean a victory for Biden in November and "a Kamala presidency."

Trump and Haley will again test their respective strengths on February 24 in the South Carolina primaries, the home state of the former ambassador.