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Nikki Haley to suspend her presidential campaign after Super Tuesday results

The Wall Street Journal reported Wednesday morning that Republican presidential candidate Nikki Haley is ending her campaign, ceding the nomination to Donald Trump and setting up a rematch of the 2020 election against President Joe Biden.

The move comes after Haley’s disappointing results in Super Tuesday’s primary contests, after former President Donald Trump won across nearly all the states holding Republican nominating contests. Haley was victorious in Vermont’s Republican primary, just her second win of the primary season.  Trump is on track to reach the necessary 1,215 delegates to clinch the Republican nomination.

Sources close to Haley say she will officially announce to the press she’s ending her campaign in remarks at 10 a.m. on Wednesday morning in Charleston, in her home state of South Carolina.. She is not expected to announce an endorsement Wednesday.

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