Donald Trump is having issues with the Nikki Haley surge in New Hampshire

Nikki Haley trails Donald Trump by only 4 points in New Hampshire, signaling a significant surge in her popularity. This development forces Trump to carefully assess his options. Sources within his campaign, speaking anonymously, reveal that “Trump is expressing concern about this.”

According to a recent poll conducted by the American Research Group Inc, voters were asked about their preferences in the upcoming New Hampshire primary scheduled for 23 January. The results showed that Haley received 29% support, while Trump garnered 33%. This means that the gap between Haley and Trump falls within the survey’s 4% margin of error. It is worth noting that Trump had previously enjoyed a significant lead in the race for the 2024 Republican White House nomination.

The American public is currently focused on a different aspect of Trump’s story, rather than his ongoing court cases and trials. The attention is now on Nikki Haley and whether she can succeed in winning in New Hampshire, which would be quite a surprise. It is clear that Trump is paying attention to Haley’s potential. In a recent Christmas Day post on Truth Social, he publicly expressed his disbelief, stating that there is no surge in Haley’s popularity and highlighting his significant lead in national surveys.

Haley’s impressive performance in the American Research Group Inc survey was followed by another poll conducted by the Saint Anselm College New Hampshire Institute of Politics. This poll revealed that Haley’s support in the state had doubled since September, solidifying her position as a viable alternative to Trump for conservative voters. However, it’s worth noting that the Saint Anselm survey was more favorable towards Trump.

Former President Trump is currently weighing his options regarding Haley, and he has a few choices to consider.


Attack ads aimed at undermining her character and qualifications, or nominating her as his vice president, will not deter her from her goals.

The super PAC backing Donald Trump’s 2024 campaign has recently started running television advertisements that criticize Nikki Haley. This move by Trump’s allies is seen as a clear sign that they are concerned about her growing popularity.

The ad is significant because it is the first direct attack on Haley by either Trump or his supporters. It comes from Make America Great Again, Inc. and aims to highlight Haley’s inconsistency on the issue of the gas tax. The ad features clips of Haley opposing and then supporting the tax in her State of the State addresses during her time as South Carolina governor.

Haley responded to the attack ads disputing its premise on social media by laughing them off. In a post on X, she sarcastically remarked, “someone’s getting nervous.”

According to internal sources, it is being reported that Trump is expressing concerns and seeking advice on whether she should become his vice president.

Far-right Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene expressed her disapproval of the idea of former President Donald Trump choosing Nikki Haley as his running mate if he becomes the Republican presidential nominee.

According to The New York Post, it has been reported that Donald Trump Jr. does not have any affection for Nikki Haley. In fact, he has made it clear to his father that he does not want Nikki Haley to be chosen as the vice president.

Former President Donald Trump’s son strongly dismissed the idea of his father choosing his former UN ambassador, Nikki Haley, as his running mate. Trump Jr. was determined to use his influence to prevent Haley from being selected for the position.

“I will do everything in my power to prevent her from being elected,” he stated firmly in a recent interview with Newsmax’s Eric Bolling.

“Nikki Haley is accused of promoting perpetual wars and being influenced by the Washington, DC establishment. According to Trump Jr., she has become the favored candidate of the billionaire class, who seek to exert control, much like academia and Harvard using their vast wealth for influence.”

Haley’s popularity in the 2024 GOP primary polls has soared in recent weeks. She has been receiving significant financial support from Wall Street leaders, which has boosted her campaign. In addition, Haley has devised a strategic plan to mobilize voters in New Hampshire. With a goal of knocking on over 100,000 doors, she aims to ensure a strong voter turnout on election day.

Haley held the position of United Nations ambassador under Trump. Trump claimed that his former allies, who had turned against him, would also betray Haley.

The MAGA Inc. spot is not entirely factual and fails to mention a crucial aspect of Haley’s gas tax proposal as governor in 2015. In the cited speech, Haley emphasized that in order for her to support any increase in the gas tax, South Carolina would also have to reduce the state income tax by 2%.

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