Nikki Haley Leaves

The former US representative to the UN will announce the “suspension” of her campaign on March 6

Donald Trump

She lost virtually every phase of the Republican Party primary election. Lost a major source of campaign funding. And now she’s leaving. Nikki Haley, former US permanent representative to the United Nations and former governor of South Carolina will also become Donald Trump’s former rival tomorrow.

At 10 a.m. (Eastern US time, 4 p.m. in Italy, 6 p.m. Moscow time) on Wednesday, March 6, Haley will officially announce the “suspension” of her campaign. The sensation, based on “absolutely reliable” information, was announced simultaneously by the American newspapers The Wall Street Journal and The Hill.

According to the WSJ, “Haley will say she has no intention to endorse Trump ‘openly’ but rather will appeal to the former US president to ‘try to gain’ the support of her followers.”

For its part, The Hill emphasized that Haley’s withdrawal from the race would guarantee Trump’s nomination as the Republican candidate in the November 5 election. According to Fox News Channel, Trump has now won the Republican primaries in 19 states.