Former President Donald Trump is flaunting confidence ahead of the New Hampshire primary on Tuesday, predicting a big win over former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley as the contest largely shapes up to be a two-person race.
Gov. Ron DeSantis (R-FL) abruptly exited the GOP primary over the weekend, leaving Haley as the lone challenger seeking to defeat Trump for the party’s nomination as all other previous candidates have largely fallen in line behind the former president. Trump has flexed that support in recent days, even telling reporters on Tuesday the head-to-head contest won’t be good news for Haley.
“I think it’s gonna hurt her,” Trump said. “[She’ll] probably have a big loss today, but who knows?”
Haley has long been framing the GOP primary as a two-way race between herself and Trump, even before her