Trump reportedly turned down Nikki Haley’s request for a Mar-a-Lago meeting

Was it one thing she stated? Sure, nearly definitely.

Nikki Haley, America’s United Nations ambassador beneath former President Donald Trump, reached out to Trump on Wednesday to request a face-to-face assembly at Mar-a-Lago — and he stated no, Politico and The Hill reported Thursday night.

The presumptive predicate to Trump’s snub was Tim Alberta’s lengthy profile of Haley in Politico Journal, in which Haley stated, amongst optimistic issues, that Trump “let us down” and has “lost any sort of political viability he was going to have” so is not “going to be in the picture” political as a result of “he’s fallen so far.” Up till the Jan. 6 Capitol siege, Haley had largely declined to criticize Trump since leaving his administration in 2018, and there is widespread hypothesis she plans to run for president in 2024.

“Haley tried to recover” from her criticism of Trump with a “damage-control op-ed” Wednesday in The Wall Road Journal, Politico notes, “but Trump, apparently, isn’t having it.”

In fact he is not — “there is no halfway with Trump,” CNN’s Chris Cillizza argues. Haley’s key quote about Trump to Alberta, he stated, encapsulates her 2024 marketing campaign theme: “I think what we need to do is take the good that he built, leave the bad that he did, and get back to a place where we can be a good, valuable, effective party.” In different phrases, Cillizza paraphrases: “I’m the parts of Donald Trump you liked without any of the parts you didn’t like!” Trump desires you all-in otherwise you’re out, he stated, so except Haley drops any criticism, she’s out with him and, presumably, the GOP base he controls.

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