Of the seven politicians vying for the Republican nomination at Wednesday’s debate, Haley appeared the most eager to clash with her competitors after proving herself a nimble debater in the first showdown. After the first debate, she managed to climb up some polls, though still trailing behind rival Donald Trump by double digits. Now, in the second debate, which took place in the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley, Calif., Haley sought to make the case that she should be the party’s first-ever female nominee, not by mentioning her gender but seizing on opportunities to attack her male opponents.
Haley tangled with nearly all the other candidates on the stage, blasting Scott on government spending, hitting Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis’s record against fracking and bashing Vivek Ramaswamy’s flip-flop stance on TikTok.
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