2024 Election

'SHE KNOWS IT'S A LIE': Trump Reacts to Haley's Claim That She's Better Against Biden [WATCH]

posted by Hannity Staff - 3.05.24

2024 GOP frontrunner Donald Trump called into Fox & Friends Tuesday morning to react to the unanimous Supreme Court ruling and to offer his thoughts on Nikki Haley, Joe Biden, and more.

Trump was asked about Haley’s claim that she’s better to go against President Joe Biden.

If you look at any of the general election polls, Joe Biden and Donald Trump are even. I think there was a Fox poll today, he was up by two. That’s still margin of error,” Haley said during a campaign event in Fort Worth, Texas. “Between last week’s poll. In this week’s poll, I defeat Joe Biden by up to 18 points.”

“It’s a lie. She knows it’s a lie,” Trump told co-hosts Lawrence Jones and Brian Kilmeade. “We are winning against Biden in every single poll, and everybody knows it, whether it’s the New York Times, whether it’s any of the polls that have been taken over the last three months. So she is misrepresenting that fact and it’s fine. It’s not going to matter because I think we’re going to win every state tonight.”

“She said she’d never run against me and she did. She said she beat Ron DeSantis… in Iowa, and she didn’t,” Trump said, adding that the party must unite to defeat Biden.

“I want everybody to come together. We’re going to have a unified party because our real opponent happens to be named Biden, and he’s a disaster, as I said, the worst president in our country. He’s destroying our country.”

“There’s no path to Nikki. I wish Nikki the best, but she stood up many times, said, I’d never run against our president. He was a great president. I would never run – and then she ran,” he continued. “Those things you don’t like to see. You like to see people that are truthful.”

Watch the clip above.

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