Nikki Haley Vows to Stay in Republican Primary Despite Slim Chances Against Trump

Former South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley, despite only clinching victory in the Washington, DC primary, remains resolute in her bid for the Republican nomination. In an interview with NBC, Haley affirmed her commitment to the race, stating she would persist “as long as we’re competitive” with the frontrunner, former President Donald Trump.

However, as the primary season progresses and Trump continues to dominate, Haley faces increasingly daunting odds of accumulating a significant number of delegates. With each contest where Trump emerges victorious, Haley’s chances diminish.

Super Tuesday, with 15 contests across the nation, presents a pivotal moment in the primary process. In many of these states, Haley risks being shut out of delegate allocation unless she can outperform Trump either at the statewide or congressional district level.

Haley’s delegate path appears fraught with challenges, signaling the necessity for her campaign to secure victories in upcoming primaries to remain viable.

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