Nikki Haley Warns of ‘Chilling’ Prospect of Harris Presidency

It’s safe to say that Vice President Kamala Harris will soon be called “President Harris” if Joe Biden is reelected. Given what we have seen of him in recent months, it’s unlikely he’ll be able to serve his four-year mandate. He appears to be confused and dazed most of the time. He spends nearly as many days on vacation as he does at the White House.

Harris would arguably be a worse president than Biden. It’s hard to imagine Harris being taken seriously by the world because of her constant cackling, and garbled words salads.

Nikki Haley, former South Carolina governor and GOP candidate, sounded an alarm on Sunday Morning Futures.

Kamala Harris cannot be president. This is too important to risk. We must have a leader who will not only bring back Republicans but also independents. We will bring back suburban women and Hispanics. We are going to bring the Asian community in.

We must win because the idea of Kamala being president would send chills down every American’s spine.


She is absolutely right.

Haley just returned from her appearance last week at the GOP Presidential Debate in Milwaukee, where she faced off with businessman Vivek Ramaswamy.

In a poll conducted after the debate, 15 percent of respondents believed she had won. She was behind Florida Governor Ron DeSantis (29%), and Ramaswamy (26%). Public Opinion Strategies survey found, however, that Haley’s support increased from 3 percent to 11 percent within days of the debate.

Haley commented on the legal troubles of former president Donald Trump.

Donald Trump is my friend. It was an honor to work with him on foreign policy and serve in his administration. I also agree with many of his policies. It’s a fact that he will spend more time in court than on the campaign trail. I’m not sure if there are four, five, six, or however many indictments.

She expressed similar sentiments on Sean Hannity’s Fox News program after the debate:

“You cannot clean up Washington while Donald Trump fights issues from the past.” She told Hannity that we need a young conservative generation to clean up the mess they have made of Donald Trump, but also to move our country forward.

Asa Hutchinson, the former Arkansas governor, and Chris Christie, the former New Jersey governor, both of whom trail Trump in RealClearPolitics’ average polling by a large margin, took similar positions. If you think that Trump should not be allowed to run for office because he has been indicted repeatedly, then the crusading Attorney-General Merrick Garland’s weaponized Department of Justice will have won. They have been planning to bring down the former president by launching a series of legally questionable cases.

Haley is right on one point, however: a Kamala Presidency would be a trainwreck.