former Presidenttrump(Donald Trump) and formerSouth CarolinaNikki Haley’sRepublican PartyAs the race for the presidential nomination heats up, Trump attacks Haley’s husband Michael Haley. Trump questioned Michael Haley at a rally in South Carolina on the evening of the 10th about why he did not attend his wife’s party. The campaign resulted in a strong response from the Haleys. Michael is currently serving National Guard duty in Africa.
The Republican primary in South Carolina is scheduled for February 24 and both Trump and Haley are in South Carolina to seek votes. Haley is a two-time governor of her home state South Carolina, but is currently behind Trump in the polls.
When Trump spoke to supporters in Conway, South Carolina on the 10th, he asked, “What happened to her (Haley’s) husband?” “Where is he? He’s gone, he knows it, he knows it himself.”
It’s the latest example of Trump using his service experience to disparage an opponent. In the last election, he questioned whether his opponent, the late Senator John McCain, was a real hero of the Vietnam War. Throughout his political career, Trump has been accused of violating protocols that avoid attacking active and retired military members, politicians, and family members.
As a result, Trump immediately invited Healys to fight back. Haley responded in a post on X, “Michael being deployed overseas to serve our country shows you know nothing.”
The information shows that Trump once admitted that he had avoided participating in the Vietnam War because of his studies and health problems, and that his wife Melania had never participated in his campaign.
Michael later posted an emoticon on his X account, which included a picture of a wolf and the text: “Is this the difference between humans and animals? Animals will never let the dumbest person lead them.”
Michael began serving in the South Carolina Army National Guard last June for a year. He is a staff officer of the 218th Maneuver Enhancement Brigade and is currently deployed to the Horn of Africa on the southern coast of the Gulf of Aden to provide logistics. Help.
In addition to posting, Haley continued to pursue Trump at the campaign event on the evening of the 10th, challenging supporters, saying, “Donald (Donald, Trump’s name), if you have something to say, please don’t say it.” Said it behind my back, come on the debate stage and say it in front of me!”
She expressed pride in her husband’s service, saying that every military spouse knows that a military career is a “family sacrifice.” Over the past year, she has often described the difficulty she had adjusting to life after her husband was deployed to Afghanistan, but she made the sacrifice “because there was a country that needed the United States to save. “