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Nikki Haley made big money from special-interest speaking engagements: disclosure

Republican presidential candidate Nikki Haley earned millions of dollars from speaking engagements, consulting fees and revenue from her own company, according to a Raw Story analysis of a new federal personal financial disclosure.

Haley, a former ambassador to the United Nations and former governor of South Carolina, earned between $100,000 to $1 million each for 12 speaking engagements during 2022 and early 2023, according to her disclosure, which only requires she list such income in broad ranges.

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Nikki Haley, others struggle to gain 2024 ground on Trump

Nine months before the first 2024 US presidential primary, Donald Trump's onetime UN envoy Nikki Haley is barnstorming early-voting New Hampshire, one of several Republicans scrambling to dent the huge poll lead of the nomination front-runner.

With Trump's legal setbacks mounting, Americans are bracing for a parade of contenders positioning themselves as more moderate, less bombastic alternatives to the former president taking another stab at the White House.

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Nikki Haley gets 'no applause' at New Hampshire event for attack on Dylan Mulvaney: report

Republican presidential candidate Nikki Haley was reportedly greeted with stony silence on Wednesday morning when she tried to mock transgender influencer Dylan Mulvaney during a campaign event in New Hampshire.

According to Semafor reporter David Weigel, Haley tried making a joke about Mulvaney, whose marketing partnership with Bud Light drew fury from American conservatives.

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'It stands where it stands': Nikki Haley won't condemn Trump for sexually abusing woman

Republican presidential candidate Nikki Haley on Sunday declined to criticize her opponent, Donald Trump, after he was found liable for sexually abusing writer E. Jean Carroll.

Haley was asked about the verdict during an interview on CBS's Face The Nation.

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Nikki Haley ducks questions about stalling on Confederate flag removal when she was governor

One of the key highlights of Republican 2024 presidential nomination contender Nikki Haley's tenure as the governor of South Carolina is being questioned in a report by the Washington Post and the former South Carolina ducked answering questions about it.

As the Post's Michael Kranish reports, Haley stalled off ordering the removal of the Confederate flag on the State House grounds for years until she flipped following a race-inspired shooting at Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in 2015 that claimed nine lives.

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Nikki Haley calls on NY governor to pardon man charged in death of homeless man on subway

Nikki Haley, a former South Carolina governor and 2024 Republican presidential candidate, has called for the release and pardon of a man accused of killing a homeless man on a subway train in New York. In an interview with Fox News on Tuesday, Haley urged New York Gov. Kathy Hochul to pardon Daniel Penny, who is white, for the death of Jordan Neely, who is Black. Penny was charged with second-degree manslaughter after he is alleged to have strangled Neely to death on a train earlier this month after Neely reportedly shouted at passengers. Penny was arrested days following the incident and has ...

The View piles on Nikki Haley for suggesting Biden wouldn't survive a second term: 'Morbid and crass'

"The View" co-hosts ganged up on Republican presidential candidate Nikki Haley for suggesting President Joe Biden wouldn't live through a second term.

The South Carolina Republican responded to Biden's official entry into the 2024 campaign by telling Fox News that vice president Kamala Harris would likely take over for Biden because she didn't think he would live to be 86, which would be his age at the end of a second term, and the panelists were appalled.

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'Consumed by grievances': Nikki Haley turns up the heat and attacks Trump directly

Former South Carolina governor and U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley is finally taking the gloves off and attacking former President Donald Trump directly — at least in conversation with donors, reported Axios.

"Nikki Haley's 2024 campaign is telling donors that former President Trump is 'consumed by the grievances of the past and the promise of more drama in the future,' according to a memo obtained by Axios," reported Alexi McCammond. "'Donald Trump had a pretty good Q1, if you count being indicted as 'good,'' Haley's campaign manager Betsy Ankney wrote in the memo. 'Still, it’s increasingly clear that Trump’s candidacy is more consumed by the grievances of the past and the promise of more drama in the future, rather than a forward-looking vision for the American people,' the memo went on."

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