SALEM, New Hampshire — Former Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley spent the final night before the make-or-break New Hampshire primary pushing back against an onslaught of attacks from former President Donald Trump.
The two candidates are amid a heated battle to win Tuesday’s Granite State primary, which could cement Trump as the inevitable front-runner in the GOP or Haley as a seriously viable candidate against the former president.
Haley sought to persuade voters that they could block Trump from winning the second nominating contest in the GOP if they show up on Election Day.
“It’s going to take a lot of courage, courage from everyone in this room, and in the overflow room,” Haley said before the overflow room of the Artisan Hotel could be heard cheering.
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