Nikki Haley Gets The Worst News Yet

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( – AFP Action, the Americans for Prosperity conservative wing, which is being funded by the Koch Brothers, has pulled out of funding the presidential campaign of Nikki Haley. 

Fox News obtained an email that had been sent to staffers by AFP Action senior adviser Emily Seidel who had claimed that the group had not believed that “any outside group” would be able to assist Haley in winning the primary race. Seidel added that they would continue with their endorsement of her but that all of their resources were going to be focused on them making a difference. 

Politico was the first to report this news on Sunday. AFP Action had originally endorsed Haley in November which had given the former South Carolina governor a major boost. The fiscal conservative network had run ad campaigns on behalf of Jaley in January, a campaign that included TV spots, digital ads, and mailers. 

In the past, the organization had pledged to spend millions of dollars to help the GOP move past former President Donald Trump. As part of these plans, they had endorsed Haley in late November and had initially given her $27 million as part of their ongoing campaign. 

However, after Haley lost in the Saturday primary in her home state of South Carolina, the group announced that they would no longer be providing funds to her campaign. Still, while some are pushing for Haley to exit the race she has argued that this was not the “end of our story” and she traveled to Michigan ahead of the primary election in the state on Tuesday.

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