Former South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley (FOX News)

Trump PAC Says Nikki Haley Can’t Win Nomination Without GOP Voters

Former South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley (FOX News)
Former South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley (FOX News)

The Trump campaign blasted former South Carolina Nikki Haley on Wednesday saying he’s going to have a hard time without republican voters.

According to a CNN exit poll, roughly seven out of ten voters who supported former the former South Carolina Governor in the New Hampshire primary, were not Republicans.

CNN reporter David Chalian outlined which voters backed the Republican contenders, “Among Trump voters, 70% of them, according to our exit polls, are registered Republicans. Donald Trump, his support, 27% of his voters are registered undeclared or independents, 3% were unregistered before today.”

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“It’s very simple: you can’t become the Republican nominee without the support of Republican voters,” said the MAGA PAC.

“In Iowa, Nikki Haley won just 15 percent of self-described Republican voters. In New Hampshire, Nikki Haley won just 25 percent of self-described Republican voters. Nikki Haley doesn’t have a path to the Republican nomination because Republican voters overwhelmingly want nothing to do with her open borders agenda. The only support Haley is getting is from pro-Biden Democrat donors like Reid Hoffman,” said the MAGA PAC.

Trump led Haley by 19.3% in the RealClearPolitics average of New Hampshire primary polls taken between January 16 and January 22.

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Trump also leads in the RealClearPolitics national polling average, with 66.1% of the vote to Haley’s 11.5%, while Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis of Florida, who dropped out of the race on Sunday, is third with 10.5%.

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