For the 2024 Republican Presidential nomination race?….
Trump NOW says don’t crown him just Yet….
The former South Carolina Republican Governor says she’ll take it ‘one state at a time’…
“Yes or no, are you in this race through the convention, beyond Super Tuesday? Yes or no?,” NBC’s Kristen Welker asked Haley during an interview on “Meet the Press” on Sunday
“As long as I keep growing per state, I am in this race,” Haley said. “I have every intention of going to Super Tuesday. Through Super Tuesday we’re going to keep on going and see where this gets us. That’s what we know we’re going to do right now. I take it one state at a time. I don’t think too far ahead.”
Super Tuesday, set for March 5 this year, often serves to cull presidential primary fields as roughly one-third of all delegates are determined by the more than a dozen states that hold their primaries on the day, including California and Texas.
But a number of populous states will hold their primaries after that date, including Florida, Illinois, Ohio, New York and Pennsylvania. The final presidential primaries will be June 4.
The once-crowded GOP primary has been whittled down to a match-up between Haley and Trump, after multiple well-known candidates left the race following Trump’s domination of the Iowa caucuses. Haley earned 19 percent of the vote in the Hawkeye State, and managed to win roughly 43 percent in New Hampshire, but still fell short to Trump, who won the first-in-the-nation primary with close to 54 percent of the vote.
Though Nevada’s vote comes next for Republicans, both candidates have largely turned their attention to Haley’s home state of South Carolina…