Even though she staked her entire campaign on winning New Hampshire Donald Trump defeated Nikki Haley by 11 points in the Granite State.
But she refuses to come to terms with the fact that Trump is still the leader of the Republican Party.
And Nevada Republicans just humiliated Nikki Haley with this embarrassing Primary smackdown.
After former President Donald Trump’s 30-point victory in the Iowa Caucus, everyone saw the writing on the wall that he was now the presumptive Republican nominee for President, causing both Florida Governor Ron DeSantis and Vivek Ramaswamy to leave the race to help unite the Party around his candidacy.
But former Trump UN Ambassador and South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley stayed in the race, and promised to shock the world by delivering a victory in New Hampshire.
Since Democrats could switch their registration and vote in the GOP Primary in New Hampshire, Haley was hoping to turn out enough left-wing voters to put her over the top on Election Night.
But despite exit polls showing more than 70% of her support came from Democrats, Haley came up short and Trump carried the Granite State by 11 points.
However, Haley refused to drop out of the race, and vowed to stay in at least through Super Tuesday, where she hoped to score a major upset in South Carolina despite the fact that Trump has continuously led her in polls in her home state by wide margins.
Of course, Haley has zero chance of taking the GOP nomination from Trump.
But Never-Trumpers, Democrats, the fat cats on Wall Street, and the rest of the ruling-class elites are providing Haley with enough cash to continue running her hopeless campaign.
The South Carolina Primary is coming up on February 24.
Even though South Carolina is Haley’s home state, a new Morning Consult poll indicated that Trump is crushing her by 37 points.
But that was not the only bad news for Haley.
According to Morning Consult, the survey also showed that “data suggests things will only get worse as she heads toward Super Tuesday on March 5, when conservatives in many states across the country look primed to head to the polls and deliver a resounding victory for Trump.”
On Tuesday, Republican voters in Nevada humiliated Haley by voting for “none of these candidates” in the GOP Primary.
Since it’s a dog and pony show with no delegates at stake, Trump did not participate in the Primary, and instead will participate in Thursday’s statewide Caucus.
On Tuesday’s ballot, the names to choose from were Haley, Senator Tim Scott (R-SC) – who recently endorsed Trump, as well – former Trump Vice President Mike Pence, and “none of these candidates.”
In an embarrassing moment, “none of these candidates” dominated the election with 62.9% of the vote compared to Haley’s 30.8 percent.
Nikki Haley was the only Republican on the ballot who is still actually in the race.
But Republican voters still could not find it within themselves to vote for the warmongering ruling-class elitist in a meaningless election.