Nikki Haley drops out of Republican presidential race

Haley was the only competitor against Trump in this race, and after her withdrawal, it is clear that Trump will represent the Republicans in the November elections.

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Nikki Haley drops out

WASHINGTON, 7 March: Donald Trump‘s Republican rival and former US ambassador to the United Nations has announced to end her Republican presidential race.

Haley announced her decision to withdraw after she was defeated by leading Republican nominee Donald Trump in Super Tuesday contest in key states.

The main reason for withdrawing from the race for the presidential candidacy is her consecutive defeats against Trump, including Iowa, New Hampshire and his home state of South Carolina.

In contrast, Haley only won in Vermont and Washington DC.

Haley was the only competitor against Trump in this race, and after her withdrawal, it is clear that Trump will represent the Republicans in the November elections.

The news of Haley’s announcement was first broken out by the Wall Street Journal which claimed that Haley has made her mind to announce her withdrawal after defeats.

The former South Carolina governor, who became Trump’s UN ambassador and the first prominent woman of color to seek the Republican nomination for president, declined to immediately endorse the former president as nearly all of his other Republican rivals did, the Guardian reported.

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