Former South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley attended an event in her home state on Saturday to speak about foreign policy while signaling she still has a “little bit of time” to decide whether to launch a 2024 presidential bid.
The former United Nations ambassador spoke to a crowd of more than 250 at the Columbia Metropolitan Convention Center for an Army Engineer Association gala, underscoring that her focus in the next few years is set on helping to elect Republicans to gubernatorial positions as well as the House and Senate.
When asked whether she would be seeking an election bid in the 2024 presidential race, Haley said, “I don’t think I really have to focus on my next step until the first part of 2023,” stating just before that “I think I’ve got a little bit of time,” according to the Post and Courier.
Haley, 49, has already made other appearances this year in Iowa and New Hampshire with a focus on the 2022 midterm elections. She and other members of the GOP have been vying for a takeover of the majority in the House, which Democrats narrowly maintain at 219-211.
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