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Nikki Haley Says Trump Mentally Unfit After He Confuses Her With Nancy Pelosi

Nikki Haley Says Trump Mentally Unfit After He Confuses Her With Nancy Pelosi

Nikki Haley Says Trump Mentally Unfit After He Confuses Her With Nancy Pelosi

WASHINGTON DC (ANI) – Nikki Haley attacked former US President Donald Trump while raising concerns over his ‘mental fitness’ after the former President confused her with former House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.

In a video message, Haley said, “Last night, Trump is at a rally…and he’s going on and on, mentioning me multiple times as to why I didn’t take security during the Capitol riots, why I didn’t handle January 6 better. I wasn’t even in DC on January 6. I wasn’t in the office then.”

“They’re saying he got confused, that he was talking about something else, he’s talking about Nancy Pelosi, he mentioned me multiple times in that scenario,” she added.

The former UN Ambassador said that someone at the position of the US President dealing with so much pressure must be ‘mentally fit’ for the job. “The concern I have is, I’m not saying anything derogatory, but when you’re dealing with the pressures of a presidency, we can’t have someone else that we question whether they’re mentally fit to do this,” she further stated.

“By the way, they never report the crowd on Jan 6. You know Nikki Haley, Nikki Haley, Nikki Haley, you know, they — do you know they destroyed all the information, all the evidence, everything, deleted and destroyed all of it. All of it,” Trump said.

“Because of lots of things … like Nikki Haley is in charge of security — we offered her 10,000 people, soldiers, National Guards, whatever they want. They turned it down. They don’t want to talk about that. These are very dishonest people,” he added.

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  • Now Nikki is real confused. Trump is talking of his actions and inactions. That is where Pelosi comes in.

    January 22, 2024
  • Nikki should stop her campaign simply because she cannot win and she is only hurting the party. Especially after praising Trump beyond the end of Trump’s Presidency now she switches for personal gain. Makes her look bad. Real bad.

    January 22, 2024
  • We don’t have to take Haley’s word to believe that Trump is mentally incompetent. Just read the following article.

    “Trump’s verbal slip-ups threaten his argument about Biden”

    Kristen Holmes Kate Sullivan
    By Kristen Holmes, Kate Sullivan and Daniel Strauss, CNN
    5 minute read
    Updated 4:39 PM EDT, Thu November 2, 2023

    “Former President Donald Trump has made mocking President Joe Biden and questioning his mental fitness for office a core part of his campaign speeches – even as he experiences his own recent series of gaffes and verbal slips on the campaign trail.

    “He’s always looking around, where do I go?” Trump said as he did an exaggerated impersonation of Biden walking around the stage looking confused at a campaign stop in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, last month.

    Weeks later, Trump took the stage in Sioux City, Iowa, and mistakenly thanked supporters for coming out to Sioux Falls, South Dakota, before an Iowa state senator tried to discreetly correct him — a moment that was caught on a hot mic.

    During a summit in Washington, DC, Trump claimed that Biden could “plunge the world into World War II” – which ended nearly 80 years ago – and appeared to confuse Biden and former President Barack Obama, saying he was leading Obama in election polls.

    The recent missteps have created an unwelcome wrinkle for Trump, his campaign team and the larger Republican political apparatus. Republicans have questioned whether Biden is able to serve as commander-in-chief, pointing to his age and mental fitness. But their own primary front-runner seems to be suffering the same predicament, making their argument less potent.

    Trump incorrectly said Viktor Orbán, the prime minister of Hungary, was the prime minister of Turkey – he quickly corrected that error. He has repeatedly mispronounced Hamas (huh-maas), the name of the Palestinian militant group that launched a deadly terror attack on Israel, as hummus.

    And, during a rally in South Carolina in September, Trump confused former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, one of Trump’s 2016 GOP rivals, with his brother, former President George W. Bush

    “When I came here, everyone thought Bush was going to win,” he said at that rally.
    “They thought Bush because Bush supposedly was a military person… he got us into the, uh, he got us into the Middle East. How did that work out, right?”

    Trump’s rivals have been working to capitalize on his latest set of unnecessary errors, including Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, whose presidential campaign has largely stalled under a barrage of attacks from the former president.

    “This is a different Donald Trump than 2015 and ’16 — lost the zip on his fastball,” he told reporters in New Hampshire in late October. “He is wedded to the teleprompter. He can’t get off that teleprompter. Anytime he does, he says things like ‘don’t vote.’ He’s telling people not to vote, like, we have all the votes.”

    DeSantis’ campaign also launched a “Trump accident tracker” recently to highlight the former president’s missteps.

    Former South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley, who has seen a slight boost in recent poll numbers, appeared to take a jab at the former president over Trump’s foreign policy comments.

    “Well, I’ve said it before. With all due respect, I don’t get confused,” Haley said at the annual meeting of the Republican Jewish Coalition last week.

    The Democratic National Committee has gone out of its way to jump on Trump over the missteps. On its account on X, the site formerly known as Twitter, the committee reposted a screenshot of an MSNBC chyron that said “MSNBC: Trump’s gaffes appear to be getting more incoherent.” The committee has also highlighted a clip of Trump struggling to complete a sentence about terrorism. Another post featured the clip of Trump mispronouncing Hamas.

    Biden’s reelection campaign, too, is seeking to draw attention to Trump’s gaffes, clipping the moments and promoting them on social media.

    Publicly and privately, some Republican strategists are skeptical how effective this strategy will be. After all, Trump has previously boasted that he could go out to Fifth Avenue, shoot someone, and only see his support increase and gone on to win an election. His supporters know how old he is; their critique of Biden is that while Trump is a unusually spry 77, while Biden is a very weary 80 year old.

    “President Trump continues to dominate in primary polls and is winning against Crooked Joe Biden in the general election,” Trump spokesperson Steven Cheung said in a statement. “None of these false narratives Team Biden has tried use to deflect from their own candidate’s failures have changed the dynamics of the race at all because people know President Trump is the strongest candidate. The contrast is that Biden falling on stage, mumbling his way through a speech, being confused on where to walk, and tripping on the steps of Air Force One.”

    Despite the relatively small age gap between Biden and Trump – about three and a half years – there is a wide difference in how voters view the two figures.

    In a recent NBC News poll, 59% of voters said they had major concerns about Biden not having the necessary mental and physical health to be president for another term. That compared with 34% of voters who had major concerns about Trump.

    The attacks by Trump aren’t just brunt jabs at Biden’s age. Trump, who is only three years younger than Biden, said in a recent interview he didn’t think the president was too old to run for reelection.

    “No, he’s not too old at all, he’s grossly incompetent,” Trump said in a recent interview with Megyn Kelly on her eponymously named show on Sirius XM.

    Instead of attacking Biden directly over his age, Trump instead tries to paint Biden as “incompetent,” and “cognitively impaired,” which he argues is not solely about the president’s age.

    “I have many friends in their 80s … Age is interesting because some people are very sharp and some people do lose it,” Trump told Kelly.”

    January 22, 2024
  • If Nikki continues to campaign she will definitely face the wrath of Trump and Vivek, since she has made irrevocable bad words on Trump and called a fellow Indian Vivek, a scum. She will face investigations for unjust enrichment and her contracts will be under scrutiny

    January 24, 2024

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