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Former South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley has been doing better in recent polling — and if you weren’t aware of that, you could probably have figured it out from the size of the target on her back during Wednesday night’s Republican presidential primary debate.
RealClearPolitics described the debate at the University of Alabama at Tuscaloosa as a “running knife fight” because of the recently changing momentum in the race, and other outlets reported on the event in similar fashion.
The desire to pull the rug out from Haley was nowhere more evident than when businessman Vivek Ramaswamy accused former President Donald Trump’s ambassador to the United Nations of being corrupt — and held up a makeshift sign to make sure it turned into a photo op.
Ramaswamy started out attacking Haley’s campaign launch video as sounding “woke,” an accusation to which Haley appeared to have trouble rolling her eyes in reaction.
“After the third debate, when I criticized [Republican Party Chair] Ronna McDaniel after five failed years of leadership of this party, and criticized Nikki for her corrupt foreign dealings as a military contractor, she said that I have ‘a woman problem,’” Ramaswamy continued.
“Nikki, I don’t have a woman problem,” he said. “You have a corruption problem, and I think that that’s what people need to know.”
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