Nikki Haley Stabs Trump In Back, Breaks Pledge Not To Run In 2024 If Trump Does: “We are taking the holidays to kind of look at what the situation is”

Former U.N. ambassador Nikki Haley stabbed former President Donald Trump in the back and is now saying she may run for President in 2024 after promising she would not run if her former boss announced. Trump announced after the midterms.

“I would not run if President Trump ran, and I would talk to him about it,” Haley said earlier. “That’s something that we’ll have a conversation about at some point if that decision is something that has to be made.”

Now Haley is singing a different tune. She said at an event at her alma mater, Clemson University, that she will take the Christmas break to decide if she wants to take on Trump in the GOP primary. She said:

“We are taking the holidays to kind of look at what the situation is. If we decide to get into it, we’ll put 1,000% in, and we’ll finish it.

“I’ve never lost an election, and I’m not going to start now.”

Haley said earlier this month at a Las Vegas meeting of the Republican Jewish Coalition:

“A lot of people have asked if I’m going to run for president. 

“Now that the midterms are over, I’ll look at it in a serious way, and I’ll have more to say soon.

“For now, I’ll say this.

“I’ve won tough primaries and tough general elections. 

“I’ve been the underdog every single time. 

“When people underestimate me, it’s always fun.

“But I’ve never lost an election. And I’m not going to start now,” she said.

Others seriously considering losing to Trump in the GOP primary are former Vice President Mike Pence who said his family were giving “prayerful consideration” on whether to run.

Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan and former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie also seem certain to enter the race.

Christopher T. Sununu, Governor of New Hampshire, has also dropped massive hints he will take on Trump.

Trump spokesperson Taylor Budowich said:

“It is unfortunate to see politicians who President Trump made relevant use 2024 as life support for their political career.”