It has proved difficult to go on offense against former President Donald Trump in the Republican primary. Haley has been trying to tie the GOP front-runner to a candidate the party’s rank-and-file likes considerably less: President Joe Biden.
Both candidates, she argues, represent “more of the same.”
“When we look at the choice that we have, more of the same like Joe Biden and Donald Trump, more of the same where 70% of Americans have said they don’t want a Trump-Biden rematch,” she said on the campaign trail in New Hampshire, where she hopes to score a major upset Tuesday. “More of the same in the fact that we do