Kaitlan Collins laughs about why Republican Rep. won’t endorse Haley
Collins asked Roy who will now return as the GOP nominee in 2024 after his preferred candidate, Florida Gov. Roy. Ron DeSantissaved the race amid declining poll numbers.
Roy initially deflected from Collins’ question about whether he would prefer Haley or former President Donald Trump to face President Joe Biden in November, and said he would only support the Republican nominee.
“We will let this happen,” he continued. “But I don’t think Governor Haley, with all due respect, represents the conservatives that I represent when she shows up on SNL and she’s out, you know, kind of playing the establishment game and taking money from a bunch of establishment dollars.”
“Wait what?” Collins interrupted. “You’re not going to support her because she was on Saturday Night Live?”
Representative Chip Roy said that Trump failed on the immigration issue. When asked why he thought things would be different if he were re-elected, Roy said: “First of all, it’s all relative. I mean Trump was working hard to get the numbers down…but we didn’t get the permanent legislative reforms that I wanted.” pic.twitter.com/vxUHt3EXlz
– Kaitlan Collins (@kaitlancollins) February 6, 2024
Chip then appeared to partially retract his claim, replying, “No. No, because she had money from New York that she was using to target Ron DeSantis to the tune of $26 million in Iowa. So she made her bed. Let’s go see if she can do it.” “
Collins reminded Roy how Trump “spent a lot of money” against DeSantis as well.
Haley made a surprise appearance on “SNL” last weekend as a “concerned voter in South Carolina” who asked the fake Trump, who played him. James Austin JohnsonWhy Healy was not discussed.
“I see dead people.” And that’s exactly what voters will think if this race is between Trump and Biden in the fall.
Had a great time tonight on SNL! I know it’s past Donald’s bedtime, so I’m looking forward to the stream of rambunctious tweets in the morning pic.twitter.com/W43LlPOoi2
– Nikki Haley (@NikkiHaley) February 4, 2024
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