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Nikki Haley Describes Her Husband’s National Guard Deployment As a “Moment of Pride”

Haley expressed her intention to pardon Trump if elected president

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UNITED STATES: Nikki Haley, a Republican candidate for president, expressed pride in her husband’s deployment to Africa as part of the South Carolina Army National Guard’s Africa Command.

The official deployment ceremony took place at The Citadel in Charleston, where Haley is a member of the brigade.

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Michael Haley is expected to be stationed overseas until spring 2024, which coincides with the Republican primary nomination season. Haley, a former South Carolina Army National Guard member, previously served in Afghanistan during his wife’s tenure as governor. This will be his second active-duty foreign tour.

The former US ambassador to the UN announced that she and her husband will maintain contact throughout the year and that she will support her presidential campaign from a distance.

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She regards her husband as her rock, noting his unwavering commitment to serving others. She believes that two things can coexist simultaneously.

As military spouses bid farewell to their loved ones today, they experience a mixture of pride and service. Nikki Haley, a former governor, commended her husband’s upcoming deployment while also criticizing Trump’s arrest by federal authorities for alleged mishandling of confidential documents.

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She acknowledged her husband’s imminent deployment at the same time Trump faced arraignment and entered a not-guilty plea to 37 charges, including 31 counts of deliberate retention of national defense information. The former governor expressed a blend of sadness and joy.

Appearing on Fox News, Nikki Haley criticized President Trump for deploying her husband, citing concerns about the risks posed to military personnel due to the military’s capabilities and interactions with adversaries.

Haley argued that Trump’s actions were reckless in terms of national security, contrasting her previous statements on “prosecutorial overreach” and “vendetta politics.” Her remarks diverged from Trump’s criticisms of the justice system and his denial of any wrongdoing.

Former UN ambassador Nikki Haley expressed her intention to pardon Trump if elected president, emphasizing that the issue is less about guilt and more about what is in the best interest of the country.

She voiced dissatisfaction with the Justice Department’s handling of the situation. Haley declined to discuss Trump further during the interview.

Michael Haley attended a CNN town hall in Iowa following his wife’s appearance at Republican Sen. Joni Ernst’s “Roast and Ride” fundraiser. While his wife campaigns in early nominating states like Iowa and New Hampshire, Haley has not been accompanying her on her travels.

The event marked one of the initial “cattle calls” of the campaign season, drawing large numbers of Republicans in early primary states.

Also Read: Presidential Candidate Nikki Haley Slams Ex-boss Trump, DeSantis over Ukraine Remark


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