The former South Carolina governor isn’t quitting the 2024 race despite Saturday’s primary loss to Donald Trump.
Donald Trump's only real challenger is refusing to give up hope, to his increasing frustration.
The 2024 Republican candidate isn’t holding back against Donald Trump ahead of the South Carolina primary.
Haley tore into Trump in her most aggressive speech yet, saying that America doesn’t “anoint kings.”
Trump explained why he mixed up Pelosi and Haley's names while blaming his Republican rival for security issues during the January 6, 2021 insurrection.
Host Ayo Edebiri also hit the presidential candidate with a question about the Civil War in the "Saturday Night Live" cold open.
The Republican presidential candidate hits out at her rival in blunt remarks.
"When he feels insecure, he starts to rail, he starts to rant, he starts to flail his arms and he starts to get upset," Haley said in a recent "Meet the Press" interview.
“I know that’s what he does when he’s insecure," the former UN ambassador told supporters Wednesday.
The Granite State put the country one step closer to a general election that many voters do not want.