Nikki Haley on possible 2024 presidential bid: 'I've never lost'
She made an even stronger hint about a possible presidential campaign when speaking about her opposition to the 2015 Iran nuclear deal.
Nikki Haley, former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations, hinted at a possible 2024 presidential run by stating that she's "never lost an election."
At a Republican Jewish Coalition meeting Saturday in Las Vegas, Haley said, "A lot of people have asked if I'm gonna run for president. Now that the midterms are over, I'll look at it in a serious way and I'll have more to say soon," The Hill reported.
Haley, a former governor of South Carolina, continued: "For now, I'll say this. I've won tough primaries and tough general elections. I've been the underdog every single time. When people underestimate me, it's always fun. But I've never lost an election. And I'm not gonna start now."
She made an even stronger hint about a possible presidential campaign when speaking about her opposition to President Joe Biden's attempts to reenter the 2015 Iran nuclear deal.
"If Biden succeeds in getting back in the Iran deal, I will make you a promise. I've said it before. The next president will shred it on her first day in office," Haley said as the audience cheered.
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