Don Lemon says Nikki Haley would be a 'much more dangerous' president than Donald Trump

"At least you know where Donald Trump stands on issues and we have lived through a Donald Trump presidency. No one knows what Nikki Haley will do."

Hannah Nightingale Washington DC

Speaking with TMZ Live on Friday, former CNN host Don Lemon said "Nikki Haley may be much more dangerous than" another Trump presidency.

Lemon said that he would "rather Donald Trump not to be the president of the United States again, but it’s the devil you know, in many ways."

Speaking as to why Haley would be "more dangerous," Lemon said "at least you know where Donald Trump stands on issues and we have lived through a Donald Trump presidency. No one knows what Nikki Haley will do, especially when it comes to a woman’s right to choose, when it comes to racism in this country, and when it comes to supporting someone who inspired insurrection in this country."

Lemon said that this may be "surprising for people to hear but that is my God’s honest truth at this point."

The interviewers noted a tweet from Lemon on Thursday, in which he criticized Haley for comments she made in New Hampshire on the cause of the Civil War.

"Well I mean I think the cause of the Civil War was basically how government was gonna run. The freedoms and what people could and couldn't do," she said during a campaign stop question period.

Lemon wrote on X, "Nikki Haley wants grace for using a poor choice of words when, after I misspoke in some comments involving her, she didn’t offer me that same grace, immediately and very publicly took me to task, and then fundraised off of it. However, I’m glad she clarified what she should have said. And, In the spirit of the season, let’s see if her actions match her corrected words moving forward," referencing comments he made in February saying Nikki Haley wasn’t "in her prime."

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