Nikki Haley is refusing to suspend her presidential campaign even as the race has largely shifted into a two-way contest between her and Donald Trump — and many in the GOP are falling in line behind the former president.
In a memo released just hours before the first-in-the-nation primary in New Hampshire, Haley’s campaign shared its latest “state of the race” projections expressing confidence in a path to victory as several more states prepare for their own primaries later this year. The memo takes a stab at Republican leaders who have called on all GOP candidates to drop out to back Trump after the Iowa caucuses, accusing the party of simply “giving up.”
“The political class and the media want to give Donald Trump a coronation. They say the race is over. They want