Nikki Haley presses Supreme Court to keep Trump on ballot, says she’ll beat him fairly

Photo of author

By Carina

Former United Nations Ambassador Nikki Haley, in a recent Fox News town hall, made a strong case for keeping former President Donald Trump on the ballot. 

During the event in Iowa, she emphatically stated her intent to compete against him in the upcoming elections without external interventions.

Credit: DepositPhotos


Haley firm on keeping Trump in race, stresses fair play

“No, he shouldn’t be taken off the ballot, and the Supreme Court needs to rule quickly before other states start to do this,” Haley declared, emphasizing the importance of a fair electoral process. 

She voiced her determination to defeat Trump squarely, rejecting any notion of removing him from the ballot. Her stance received notable applause from the audience.

Read More: Voter calls out Nikki Haley for omitting slavery in Civil War response

Haley warns against precedent of removing candidates

Continuing her remarks, Haley reflected on the broader implications of removing candidates from the ballot. She cautioned against setting a precedent that could be misused in the future. 

“But this started back with COVID. The idea that you have people telling people what to do, how to think, what to how to live, all of that, that’s wrong. If they can do this to him, they’ll do it to someone else,” she argued. 

Haley stressed the need for Americans to decide for themselves who should be on the ballot.

Supreme Court’s role in Trump’s ballot status

The issue of Trump’s presence on the Colorado Republican presidential primary ballot has escalated to the U.S. Supreme Court. 

This follows the Colorado Supreme Court’s decision to remove him, citing the 14th Amendment and his alleged role in the January 6th U.S. Capitol incident. 

The U.S. Supreme Court has agreed to hear the case urgently, with the hearing set for February 8. 

Also Read: Nikki Haley challenges Trump in New Hampshire GOP race

Supreme Court to interpret 14th Amendment in Trump ballot case

This historical hearing will delve into the interpretation of the 14th Amendment, originally adopted in 1868 post-Civil War, concerning barring individuals who engaged in insurrection from holding public office.

Credit: DepositPhotos

Maine Democrat Shenna Bellows also announced Maine’s decision to remove Trump from the 2024 ballot, a move contested by the Trump campaign in court. 

This controversy has garnered national attention, with more than two dozen states submitting an amicus brief to the Supreme Court. 

Legal battle over Trump’s ballot presence may impact 2024 election

They urge the court to keep Trump on the ballot, warning that failure to do so might plunge the 2024 presidential election into chaos.

Haley’s remarks and the unfolding legal battle highlight the complexities of electoral politics in America. 

The outcome of these legal proceedings and the stance of political figures like Haley will be pivotal in shaping the landscape of the 2024 presidential election.

Read Next: Nikki Haley spends $4.3 million in TV ads for New Hampshire campaign

Related Posts

Leave a Comment