Donald Trump isn’t holding back in his attacks on RINO former South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley.
Haley is the swamp’s last shot at derailing Trump’s re-election campaign.
And Donald Trump broke the Internet with this damning picture of Nikki Haley.
Nikki Haley keeps running into Hillary Clinton comparisons.
That’s because Nikki Haley and Hillary Clinton share many things in common.
Both support a blank check for the war in Ukraine.
Both believe securing Ukraine’s border is more important than securing America’s border as both oppose Donald Trump’s border wall and travel ban from countries linked to terrorism.
Both Haley and Hillary believe Republicans need to surrender to allowing abortion-on-demand in America.
And both pitched to voters that they were owed the Presidency because of their gender.
Nikki Haley 2024 is Hillary Clinton 2016:
"So you named the past and all of the hes. I'm talking about the she. She's going to go forward and finish this race."pic.twitter.com/zsgQGoiP9O
— Citizen Free Press (@CitizenFreePres) January 19, 2024
Donald Trump needled Haley about how she’s really the Hillary Clinton of the GOP with a hilarious meme morphing Hillary Clinton and Haley’s faces into one.
Trump shares a meme of Nikki Haley as Hillary Clinton 2.0: pic.twitter.com/HGK21W6A3H
— TheBlaze (@theblaze) January 17, 2024
Haley and Hillary Clinton sharing an ideology shouldn’t come as any great surprise.
Nikki Haley owes her start in politics to Hillary Clinton.
In 2012, Haley told The New York Times that she attended a speech by Hillary that inspired her to run for office.
“The reason I actually ran for office is because of Hillary Clinton. Everybody was telling me why I shouldn’t run: I was too young, I had small children, I should start at the school board level. I went to Birmingham University, and Hillary Clinton was the keynote speaker on a leadership institute, and she said that when it comes to women running for office, there will be everybody that tells you why you shouldn’t but that’s all the reasons why we need you to do it, and I walked out of there thinking, ‘That’s it. I’m running for office.’”