Following the Capitol protests, former UN Ambassador Nikki Haley seems to be able to move on from her vehement criticism of Donald Trump. Many ardent Trump supporters, on the other hand, are saying, “Not so soon.”
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Following his return to the public arena, Haley praised Donald Trump’s well-received CPAC address.
She tweeted, “Strong speech by President Trump about his administration’s winning strategies and what the party wants to unite behind going forward.” “The liberal media is calling for a Republican civil war. It’s not going to happen.”
For her comment supporting Donald Trump’s CPAC address, Haley faced harsh criticism.
Following the proposed Capitol building attack, Haley shared her conviction that Trump was politically done in a Politico interview.
“I assume he is going to become increasingly isolated,” Haley predicted. “I believe his company is struggling right now. I assume he has lost whatever political viability he may have had. I assume he has lost contact with social media, which was once his lifeline. I mean, I believe he’s lost contact with the stuff that should have held him going.”
In response to a question about Donald Trump’s future, Haley said, “He’s not going to run for federal office again.”
She went on to say, “I don’t think he’ll be in the picture.” “I don’t think he’ll be able to. He’s sunk so low.”
She then added to her certainty that Donald Trump has no future in the Republican Party.
“We have to admit he betrayed us,” she said. “He took a detour that he shouldn’t have taken, and we shouldn’t have followed him or listened to him. And we’re not going to let that happen again.”
It’s worth noting that she tempered these bold comments somewhat during the rest of the interview.
“Neither do I believe the Republican Party will return to its former glory before Donald Trump,” she said. “I don’t believe it should be. What I believe we need to do is take what he created and leave what he did, and return to a position where we can be a strong, valuable, and powerful group. Yet it’s bigger than the party at the same time. I sincerely hope that our country will come together and find out how to change this trend.”
One thing Haley seems to be doing now is reversing her earlier assessment that Trump’s future in the Republican Party was sealed.