President Donald Trump refused to meet with failed U.N. ambassador and 2024 presidential hopeful Nimrata Nikki Haley at his residence in Mar-a-Lago, Florida this week, following disparaging comments by Haley that Trump has “lost any sort of political viability he was going to have.”
“I think he’s going to find himself further and further isolated,” Haley said of President Trump following the January 6 Stop the Steal protest at the Capitol. “I think his business is suffering at this point. I think he’s lost any sort of political viability he was going to have. I think he’s lost his social media, which meant the world to him. I mean, I think he’s lost the things that really could have kept him moving.”
Haley also said, “I don’t think he’s going to be in the picture. I don’t think he can. He’s fallen so far.”
Despite these insults, Haley, who is perhaps best known for removing the Confederate flag from South Carolina statehouse grounds because she think it “hurts” people, apparently expected to be given a sitdown audience with President Trump at Mar-a-Lago.
According to Politico, President Trump rebuffed her attempts to visit.
Haley recently told Politico that she was “disgusted” with President Trump:
In an exclusive interview with the left-wing outlet Politico on Friday, Haley, who President Trump appointed as U.N. Ambassador, said that the President had “let us down,” and had led the country “down a path he shouldn’t have,” saying that America shouldn’t have “followed him [or] listened to him].”Advertisement - story continues below
“When I tell you I’m angry, it’s an understatement,” Haley said. “I am so disappointed in the fact that [despite] the loyalty and friendship he had with Mike Pence, that he would do that to him,” she added, saying she was “disgusted” with President Trump.
Though the GOP establishment and left-wing corporate media continue to try to give favorable coverage to Haley, she remains stupendously unpopular among the party’s base.
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