March 5, 2024

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Republican candidate Nikki Haley does not want to become vice president if her rival Trump wins  outside

Republican candidate Nikki Haley does not want to become vice president if her rival Trump wins outside

Nikki Haley put an end to all speculation about her future on Friday. If former President Donald Trump wins the Republican nomination, her adventure will be over. She has no ambition to become Trump's vice president, she made clear to New Hampshire voters on Friday.

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Haley, Trump's main rival alongside Governor Ron DeSantis in the battle for the Republican nomination, has long said she will not compete for second place. But in New Hampshire, she has also definitively ruled out becoming Trump's running mate in November, Politico and The Washington Post reported.

“I don't want to be anyone's vice president. That's definitely not on the table,” Haley, who served as ambassador to the United Nations under Trump, is the front-runner in New Hampshire, where she will run. The second Republican primary is next Tuesday. Last Monday, Haley finished behind Trump in Iowa, and just behind DeSantis in third place.

Earlier this month, Trump said he already knew who his running mate would be if he won the nomination, but he refused to explicitly name him.

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