HUGE: Nikki Breaks Promise (Video)

( – In a move that’s highly questionable at best, 2024 GOP nomination candidate Nikki Haley has seemingly broken her vow before the Republican National Committee to endorse the nominee if she loses the race, even if the winner is her rival, former President Donald Trump.

See the video of Haley’s comments below!

In an interview on the NBC program “Meet the Press” on Sunday, she suggested she no longer felt compelled to honor her RNC commitment.

This pledge was required for candidates who wanted to participate in the primary debates last year, and Haley had agreed to it at the time.

When host Kristen Welker asked Haley about her adherence to this pledge, the latter made it clear she reserves the right to make her own decisions.

“No, I think I’ll make what decision I want to make, but that’s not something I’m thinking about,” declared Haley, a former US ambassador and South Carolina governor.

She stressed her focus on winning rather than entertaining the possibility of endorsing another candidate.

“When you’re in a race, you don’t think about losing. You think about continuing to go forward,” Haley said.

She slammed the RNC for undergoing a transformation that aligns it more closely with Donald Trump.

The candidate specifically claimed Trump was trying to position his supporters, including Lara Trump, his daughter-in-law, in key leadership positions within the organization.

“I mean, at the time of the debate, we had to take it to where, ‘Would you support the nominee,’ and to get on that debate stage, you said, ‘Yes,’” Haley said.

“When you all ask Donald Trump if he would support me, then I will talk about that. But right now, my focus is, ‘How do we touch as many voters? How do we win?’” she added.

Despite her steadfast approach, Haley acknowledged in July that she would support Trump if he were to win the nomination, primarily to avoid a presidency under Kamala Harris.

This comes amidst a series of electoral setbacks for Haley, who has faced multiple defeats in key states and a withdrawal of significant financial backing from Americans for Prosperity, a major outside supporter.

As the campaign moved forward, Haley’s team aimed to manage expectations, particularly with the approach of Super Tuesday.

Her strategy is to concentrate on states with open or semi-open primaries, which will account for two-thirds of the delegates to be on Super Tuesday.