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Haley says she might not stick to her promise to support the final Republican candidate

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Nikki Haley, running for president as a Republican, hinted that she’s not tied to the promise she made to support the final nominee. When asked if she would endorse Donald Trump if he becomes the nominee, she said she’ll make her own decision. She explained that the Republican National Committee (RNC) has changed, and she doesn’t feel bound by the old agreement to support the nominee.

In the past, candidates had to sign a pledge to appear in GOP debates, promising to support the eventual GOP nominee. When asked if she’s still bound by that pledge, Haley said, “I’ll make the decision I want to make, but I’m not thinking about that right now.”

When asked about endorsing Trump, she clarified that she’s not thinking about it and emphasized that she’s not part of a “Never Trump” movement. Despite criticizing both Trump and Joe Biden, she sees endorsements as talking about losing, and in a race, she focuses on moving forward.

As Trump gets closer to the nomination, he’s working to reshape the RNC to better fit his plans for the general election and beyond. Haley has recently criticized Trump more and highlighted that she’s not “anti-Trump,” emphasizing that her goal is to show the differences and express her support for America’s direction.

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