Former South Carolina Governor and United States Ambassador to the United Nations, Nikki Haley, is set to announce her bid for the 2024 presidential election on February 15th.
Haley, who served as governor from 2011 to 2017 and as U.N. Ambassador under President Donald Trump from 2017 to 2018, has been rumored to be considering a presidential run for several months. She has been a prominent voice in the Republican Party and has been widely praised for her leadership and diplomatic skills.
Sources close to Haley have confirmed that she will make the official announcement on February 15th, and that she has already assembled a team of advisors and strategists to help her in her campaign. The announcement will come just days before the South Carolina Republican Party’s annual convention, where she is expected to address the party faithful and outline her vision for the country.
Many political observers believe that Haley could be a strong contender for the Republican nomination in 2024, given her popularity among the party’s base and her record of accomplishments as a governor and diplomat. She is well-respected by Republicans and Democrats alike, and is seen as a charismatic and capable leader who could appeal to a wide range of voters.
It remains to be seen whether Haley will be able to secure the Republican nomination in 2024, but her announcement is sure to shake up the presidential race and make her a major player in the coming months. The political world will be watching closely to see how she positions herself and what message she takes to the voters in her campaign.