'Will stop the pie-pie of Pakistan-China'! Nikki Haley lashed out at Biden - Newztezz Online


Sunday, February 26, 2023

'Will stop the pie-pie of Pakistan-China'! Nikki Haley lashed out at Biden

Indian-origin Nikki Haley is going to contest the US presidential election in 2024. It was announced a few days back. He has targeted the Biden administration for helping Pakistan and China.

American politician and former South Carolina governor Nikki Haley has expressed displeasure against the Biden administration. He said the Biden administration resumed military aid to Pakistan and US tax payers still pay communist China for the environment. While America's enmity with China is not hidden from anyone.

Presidential elections are going to be held in America next year i.e. in 2024. Nikki Haley is of Indian origin. She clearly said that if she becomes the President, she will stop this foreign aid. Nikki wrote in a stern tone that I would cut one pie each in foreign aid sent to my enemies. General elections are going to be held in both India and America next year. Republican Party leader Nikki Haley has presented a claim on behalf of her party for the US presidential election 2024.

Nikki Haley got Jindal's support

A few days ago, in a video released by Nikki Haley, she was seen saying that 'I am Nikki Haley and I am fighting for the presidency'. Former US Louisiana state governor and Indian-American Bobby Jindal on Friday defended presidential candidate Nikki Haley, saying she should not be criticized or praised for her gender identity or ethnicity.

Nikki has been an ambassador

Jindal was the first Indian-American to join the US presidential race in 2016. He dropped out in the early stages of the Republican primary. Which was eventually won by former President Donald Trump. Haley (51) has been a two-time governor of South Carolina and the US ambassador to the United Nations.

Nikki Haley was made a victim by her own people

The Indian-origin Republican leader had formally announced her candidature for the 2024 presidential election on February 15. But, within a few days, she was subjected to attacks on the basis of ethnicity, race and gender from people in her own Republican Party. Jindal said, 'US presidential candidate Nikki Haley should not be criticized or praised for being an Indian-American woman. That woman was born and brought up in the house of Indian immigrants, it is not the most important thing to know about her.

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