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Trump Sounds The Alarm On ‘2024 GOP Traitor’

At a campaign rally held in Newton, Iowa, former President Donald Trump expressed strong reservations about former South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley. In a speech that lasted nearly two hours, Trump asserted that individuals supporting Haley and Florida Governor Ron DeSantis were not aligned with the interests of the American people but rather serving the interests of other nations and themselves.

Trump went on to recount his interactions with Haley, highlighting what he perceived as a betrayal of trust. He recalled her visit to Mar-a-Lago, where she assured him that she would not run for office, only to later enter the political arena. Trump mocked her initial statement of not running, stating, ” ‘I’ll never run against him. He’s a great president. Why would I run? Ladies and gentlemen, I’ve decided to run.”

The former president criticized Haley’s policy stance, claiming she would grant amnesty to President Joe Biden’s illegal aliens within her first week in office. Trump expressed a lack of trust in establishment figures within the Republican primary, asserting that they were unreliable on crucial issues such as taxes and trade, drawing parallels between their actions and what he perceived as their betrayal of him.

Concluding his remarks, Trump painted politicians as inherently globalist, emphasizing the challenges facing the nation due to such perspectives. He underscored his disagreement with this approach, viewing it as detrimental to the country’s well-being and attributing the nation’s troubles to such political orientations.