Nikki Haley Has Now Blown $76.4 Million on Getting Crushed by Trump

Democrat and Uniparty favorite Nikki Haley has now blown a staggering $76.4 million in the first three primary contests for her doomed campaign to challenge President Donald Trump for the Republican 2024 nomination.

On Saturday, Haley, the former governor of South Carolina, was crushed by Trump in a humiliating defeat in her home state.

This followed epic GOP primary contest losses in Iowa and New Hampshire.

Yet, for reasons unclear to most, Haley is refusing to drop out of the race to allow Republicans to move forward with their obvious nominee – Trump.

The massive amount of money spent in the first three primaries of the 2024 cycle shows how strong Trump’s grassroots support is around the nation, Breitbart notes.

The money spent also reveals the number of resources the GOP did not spend on defeating Democrat President Joe Biden.

Leading up to Saturday’s election, Haley claimed she would not drop out of the race until Super Tuesday, which is March 5.

After getting crushed by Trump in her home state, Haley vowed that she is “not giving up,” despite losing the first five Republican nominating contests of 2024.

Haley promised her Democrat supporters that she isn’t going anywhere during a speech at her watch party event in Charleston.

“I know 40% is not 50%, but I also know 40% is not some tiny group,” Haley said.

“There are huge numbers of voters in our Republican primary who are saying they want an alternative.

“I said earlier this week that no matter what happens in South Carolina, I wouldn’t continue to run — I’m a woman of my word.”

Below are the funds spent by political action committees and her campaign in the first three contests:

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After Haley’s defeat Saturday in South Carolina, it is unclear how much money she will be able to raise to continue her campaign for the next few weeks.

According to Federal Election Commission filings, Haley and her super PAC only had $15 million cash on hand at the end of January.

In January, the donor class began to cut off all future funding of Haley’s campaign after she lost the critical Republican primary in New Hampshire, multiple advisers to political megadonors told the Washington Post.

Billionaire Democrat donor Reid Hoffman, co-founder of LinkedIn and a guest at Jeffrey Epstein’s “Pedophile Island,” announced that he has now paused donations to pro-Haley PACs.

“We invested in Governor Haley when we thought she had a shot of winning,” Hoffman adviser Dmitri Mehlhorn told the Wall Street Journal.

“I’d need to see a new case, with new evidence, to persuade me that more money could help her win now.

The financial setbacks are expected to increase for Haley, one political megadonor adviser told the Post.

“Without a New Hampshire win, she doesn’t have the momentum she needed to win South Carolina,” the adviser said.

“And without a lane to South Carolina, she has no chance on Super Tuesday.”

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By Frank Bergman

Frank Bergman is a political/economic journalist living on the east coast. Aside from news reporting, Bergman also conducts interviews with researchers and material experts and investigates influential individuals and organizations in the sociopolitical world.

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