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How South Carolina may affect Haley’s fight for nomination

Season 2024 Episode 56 | 4m 26s

Saturday’s South Carolina primary is a crucial test for former two-term Gov. Nikki Haley’s effort to puncture former President Donald Trump’s air of inevitability. Trump has big leads over Haley in both polling averages and the number of delegates already allocated. South Carolina Public Radio’s Thelisha Eaddy joins John Yang from Haley’s election night headquarters in Charleston to discuss.

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