There will be a female President of the US, says Nikki Haley ahead of Republican primary in South Carolina


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As the Republican primary draws close in her home state, South Carolina, Indian-American Republican presidential aspirant Nikki Haley has expressed her confidence that it will be a female president in the US in the 2024 elections. She said that either she or Vice President Kamala Harris will occupy the top post. Haley further stated that both Donald Trump and Joe Biden were too old to be the president. According to Haley, more than half of Americans did not want to see either Trump or Biden as US president due to their advancing age.

Haley said, “70% of Americans don’t want to see Trump or Biden. 59% of Americans think Biden and Trump are old.”

Haley’s comments came ahead of the Republican primary on February 24 in her home state of South Carolina, where she served as the 116th governor of South Carolina from 2011 to 2017 and as the 29th United States ambassador to the United Nations from January 2017 to December 2018.

The former UN ambassador stressed the need for a candidate who can put in eight years of hard work by “not making it about themselves, but making it about the American people”.

“That’s what I am trying to do. A party that gets rid of an 80-year-old candidate is the party that will win. There will be a female president of the US. It will be either me or Kamala Harris, she said.

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