Presidential candidates Donald Trump and Nikki Haley are attacking each other hard this weekend. Ahead of the New Hampshire Republican primary, they're hoping to impress voters.
This mainly happens this weekend with criticism of the other person. For example, Trump said Haley “is not smart and strong enough” to be president.
Nikki Haley responded by questioning Trump's mental alertness. “When you're dealing with the pressures of the presidency, we can't have another person to question who is mentally capable of doing that.”
These statements indicate a mistake Trump made during a speech he delivered on Friday. There's a mix-up between Nikki Haley and Nancy Pelosi when Trump talks about the attack on the US Capitol on January 6, 2021. Democrats are eagerly sharing photos of the mistake Social media.
Haley: Trump is obsessed with dictators
Trump (77 years old) responded to Nikki Haley's (52 years old) accusation of being old during an election rally on Saturday evening, saying, “I feel like my mind is stronger now than it was 25 years ago.” The former president also said he passed a cognitive test a few months ago.
The matter did not stop at accusations of mental unfitness. For example, Nikki Haley accused her rival Donald Trump of being “obsessed” with dictators. According to her, Trump wrote “love letters” to North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.
Trump had previously launched verbal attacks on Haley. It focused on her Indian roots as the daughter of two immigrants from India. Trump also said Haley's “bird brain” is no match for Chinese President Xi, Russian President Putin and North Korean President Kim Jong Un.
Haley was Governor of South Carolina and Ambassador to the United Nations on behalf of the United States. She is leading the polls in New Hampshire under Trump. Residents can cast their ballots Tuesday in a primary that will help determine who will be the Republican Party's presidential nominee.
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