Alyssa Farah Griffin slams 'pathetic' Nikki Haley over Trump endorsement

May 23, 2024 View Original Article
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41% : Despite Griffin's reaction to Haley's endorsement of Trump, Haley has said in the past that she would support whoever the eventual Republican nominee is, even if it's Trump.Entertainment Weekly has reached out to Haley's team for comment.
32% : Still, she pointed out that another of her former bosses, Vice President Mike Pence, has yet to endorse Trump -- which she feels is more telling than anything, as Pence was "much closer to Trump" during the Apprentice host's one-term presidency.
29% : She joins a long list of people who are deeply critical of Trump, who have said he was unfit for office, who have launched every attack against them that they could," but ultimately come back into the fold, Griffin told Burnett.
4% : When Burnett played clips of Haley criticizing Trump in recent months -- including footage from a February interview in which Haley said "there is no way that the American people are going to vote for a convicted criminal" if Trump is convicted amid his ongoing legal woes -- Griffin went in even further on the former South Carolina governor, who suspended her campaign in March.
2% : "Donald Trump went after her family, her husband," Griffin observed, referencing the moment Trump mocked Haley's husband, Maj.

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