Rival Haley doubts Donald Trump39s mental fitness

Rival Haley doubts Donald Trump's mental fitness

O Republican presidential candidate Nikki Haley Has the mental aptitude of his party rival donald trump doubted. O former US ambassador to the United Nations On Saturday, in an appearance in New Hampshire, she referred to a slip-up by the former president, who apparently referred to her several times on Friday. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi had confused.

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“When you have to deal with the pressures of the presidency, you can't have someone who wonders if they're mentally capable of doing it,” Haley said.

Bizarre confusion

Trump apparently confused Haley with Pelosi on Friday when discussing the Storming of the Capitol via his followers on January 6, 2021. “Nikki Haley is in charge of security. We offered her 10,000 people – soldiers, National Guard, you name it – they refused,” Trump said.


Haley emphasized that she was not responsible for Capitol security nor was she in Washington at the time. In any case, there is no evidence to support Trump's claim that he offered help during the siege or that such an offer was rejected.

Trump, 77, and other Republicans are taking advantage of it President Joe Biden, 81 years old repeatedly because of his age and expressed doubts about whether the Democratic Party politician is capable of running for a second term.

Haley said in an interview with Fox News on Saturday that politicians at the top of the state had to be “on top of their game.” “Do we really want them to name drop and do bad things when they are 80 and dealing with put on It is XI It is Kim and North Korea have to deal with?”

Trump triumphs in primary elections

Trump had on Monday Iowa in early Republican primaries won with a big advantage over his rivals. He received 51% of the vote, 30 points ahead of the second-placed governor of the state of Florida, Ron DeSantis, which reached about 21 percent.

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Haley followed in third place with 19 percent. With his clear victory, Trump consolidated his position as the overwhelming favorite in his Republican Party's presidential race. The next primary election is Tuesday in New Hampshire.