BREAKING: RNC Chair Ronna McDaniel urges Nikki Haley to drop out of race

“Looking at the math and the path going forward and I don't see it for Nikki Haley.”

Following President Donald Trump’s decisive victory in the New Hampshire GOP primary Tuesday night, embattled Republican National Committee Chair Ronna McDaniel urged Nikki Haley to drop out of the race.

In an interview on Fox News, McDaniel said, “Looking at the math and the path going forward and I don't see it for Nikki Haley.”

“I think she's run a great campaign,” McDaniel continued, “but I do think there is a message that's coming out from the voters, which is very clear. We need to unite around our eventual nominee, which is going to be Donald Trump, and we need to make sure we beat Joe Biden.”

McDaniel added, “It is 10 months away till the November election, and we can't wait any longer to put our foot on the gas to beat the worst president, to beat a president that's kept our borders open, allowed fentanyl to pour through, allowed inflation to go rampant.”

“He is hurting the American people and we need to do everything we can to unite so that we can defeat him.”

Trump was declared the winner of the New Hampshire primary with approximately 52 percent of the vote to Hailey’s 46 percent when the race was called.  

In her concession speech, Haley congratulated the former president and challenged him to a debate. “I want to congratulate Donald Trump on his victory tonight. He earned it.”

She added, "Trump claims he'd do better than me in one of those [mental] tests ... If he thinks that, then he should have no problem standing on a debate stage with me." 

Haley went on to say that "most Americans do not want a rematch between Biden and Trump."

In Nashua, New Hampshire on Tuesday evening after being declared the winner, Trump criticized Haley, saying "...somebody ran up to the state all dressed up nicely when it was at seven, but now I just walked up it’s at 14," he said, noting his lead over Haley in the election results.

"She was up and I said wow, she’s doing like a speech like she won. She didn’t, she lost."

"We'll head out to South Carolina where I think we're going to win easily. I think we're 50 points up … on a person that was governor, that tells you something, but I felt I should do this because I find it a life you can't let people get away with bullsh*t, okay. And when I watched her, the fancy dress, it probably wasn't so fancy, come up I said what is she doing? We won. And she did the same thing last week."

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