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Washington: Indian American Republican presidential candidate Nikki Haley has refused to quit and vowed to stay in the party’s race to the White House even after the South Carolina primary, where her rival former president Donald Trump is leading far ahead of her.

“I’m not afraid to say the hard truths out loud. I feel no need to kiss the ring. And I have no fear of Trump’s retribution. I’m not looking for anything from him. My own political future is of zero concern.



So, I hear what the political class says. But I hear from the American people too,” Haley said in a major political speech in South Carolina, where the Republican primary is scheduled for February 24.

Haley, 52, also contended that many of the same Republican politicians “who now publicly embrace Trump privately dread him” and were “too afraid” to speak up, despite knowing he had been “a disaster” for the party.




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