BREAKING: Nikki Haley demands all Trump cases 'be dealt with before' Election Day

"I think all of the cases should be dealt with before November."

Hannah Nightingale Washington DC

GOP presidential candidate Nikki Haley, who has yet to win a primary or caucus, has called for the plethora of legal cases against 2024 GOP frontrunner Donald Trump to be "dealt with" before the election in November.

"I think all of the cases should be dealt with before November," Haley said in a Thursday interview with NBC News’ Meet the Press moderator Kristen Welker during a stop in Falls Church, Virginia.

"We need to know what's going to happen before it, before the presidency happens, because after that, should he become president, I don't think any of it's going to get heard," she added.

“I just think a president has to live according to the laws, too. You don’t get complete immunity,” Haley said, addressing the Supreme Court's decision to hear presidential immunity arguments in the Trump J6 case, adding that presidents should not get "free rein to do whatever they want to do."

Haley's visit to Virginia comes ahead of Super Tuesday, where the state alongside 15 others will hold elections for their Democrat and Republican candidate for president.

Trump is facing a number of cases as he continues on the campaign trail, the most prominent of which being the Georgia election case brought forth by Fulton County DA Fani Willis, the Mar-a-Lago documents case and the January 6 cases brought forth by special counsel Jack Smith, and the business records case in New York City brought forth by DA Alvin Bragg.

Between these four cases, some of which have had their start dates postponed pending appeals, Trump faces 91 charges and over 700 years in prison.

This is a breaking story and will be updated.
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Haha. Her only hope is he’s convicted opening the way for her.

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