NPR – Nikki Haley is continuing to lean hard into one particular argument in her stump speech: electability. “Republicans have lost the last seven out of eight popular votes for president. That’s nothing to be proud of,” the former U.N. ambassador has told crowds in Iowa, New Hampshire and now South Carolina, before boasting of a December Wall Street Journal poll that found her 17 points ahead of Joe Biden in a head-to-head matchup. The argument failed in the first two voting contests, now that Haley has lost to Donald Trump by more than 30 points in Iowa and, a smaller margin, but still double-digits in New Hampshire.
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