Former South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley said Tuesday she would seek the Republican presidential nomination in 2024.
Recall that former President Donald Trump is also seeking to return to the White House.
Haley, a former South Carolina governor who served as an ambassador to the United Nations during the Trump presidency, will outline his campaign plans in a speech Wednesday in Charleston, South Carolina.
She became Trump’s first challenger, but other candidates are also expected to announce their intentions to run for the Republican nomination in the coming weeks and months.
Other senior Republicans planning to run in the 2024 election include Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, former Vice President Mike Pence, South Carolina Senator Tim Scott, New Hampshire Governor Chris Sununu and former Governor of Arkansas Asa Hutchinson.
“Now is the time for a new generation of leaders to take back fiscal responsibility, secure our border and strengthen our country, our pride and our purpose,” Haley said in the video.
She also recalled her experience in foreign policy and promised to stand up to Russia and China.
“China and Russia are on the move. They think we can be bullied… You should know: I don’t tolerate hooligans,” Hayley said.
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