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Haley vows to stay in 2024 race as Biden prepares for Trump

Season 2024 Episode 52 | 5m 35s

Former U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley on Tuesday vowed to stay in the Republican primary, even if she loses Saturday’s vote in her home state of South Carolina. Haley’s decision comes despite not winning a single primary race so far and as President Biden’s campaign prepares for an expected rematch with former President Trump. Lisa Desjardins joins William Brangham to discuss the 2024 race.

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