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Haley Campaign Press Release - Nikki Haley Rallies in Michigan, Minnesota

February 27, 2024

BLOOMINGTON, Minn. – While Donald Trump is consumed by court cases, legal fees, and political takeovers, Nikki Haley is barnstorming the country to offer voters a choice and a return to normalcy. From Detroit to Grand Rapids to Minneapolis, Haley warned about the dual threats facing America at home and abroad. At home, out-of-control spending threatens our economy and family affordability. On the international front, Joe Biden's weakness and Donald Trump's isolationism emboldens our enemies. And instead of focusing on growing the Republican Party and winning, Trump is pushing voters away with more of his chaos.

Here's what they're saying…

In Michigan

Detroit Free Press: Nikki Haley urges Michigan voters to pick her over Trump and 'chaos'

WOOD TV: Nikki Haley visits West Michigan ahead of primary

WILX: WATCH: Haley stops in Grand Rapids ahead of Michigan's Presidential Primary

WWMT: Nikki Haley continues election bid with rally in Michigan, despite South Carolina loss

The Detroit News: On eve of Michigan primary, Nikki Haley argues Donald Trump can't win in November

Bridge Michigan: Haley makes 11th-hour plea to Michigan GOP voters ahead of Tuesday primary

Michigan Advance: In Grand Rapids, Haley says the Republican Party is becoming Trump's 'playpen'

WDET: Nikki Haley in Michigan ahead of Tuesday's presidential primary

WZZM: Nikki Haley rallies supporters in Grand Rapids on the eve of Michigan's presidential primaries

In Minnesota

Star Tribune: Nikki Haley rallies supporters in Bloomington

MPR News: Nikki Haley tells Minnesota crowd it's time for a new direction in White House race

KARE11: Nikki Haley makes pitch to Minnesota GOP voters ahead of next week's Super Tuesday

KSTP-TV: Nikki Haley takes presidential campaign to Bloomington, tells supporters to 'keep the faith'

Nikki Haley, Haley Campaign Press Release - Nikki Haley Rallies in Michigan, Minnesota Online by Gerhard Peters and John T. Woolley, The American Presidency Project

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