Nikki Haley: ‘We will lose our rule of law’ if Joe Biden wins

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“If we go with a President Biden,” said Nikki Haley, former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations during an interview with Sean Hannity on Fox News, “we will lose our rule of law, we will have the progressives really running away with everything, getting all of what they want and we will get closer and closer to the socialist countries that we have fought so hard not to become.”

“We’ve had true results with President Trump. You don’t have to like him but look at the results that he’s done and [how he’s] raised the quality of life for so many people,” continued Haley.

“Then look at the results of Biden with President Obama. The African-American community, women, Hispanics, none of us felt those results like we have with President Trump, so facts matter. Results matter,” said Haley.


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