Nikki Haley criticised Kamala Harris’s perceived lack of work on the border crisis. This was in a response to sources saying that over 2,000 people crossed the border at Eagle Pass, Texas. The border crisis has been one that Republicans have been hammering as seemingly more and more people head over. With New York City overwhelmed by migrants, Republicans are using it as an example of a failed policy.
Haley supported term limits in Congress.
She also criticised the fact that the national debt has gone up to $33T for the first time. Haley, who has a degree in accounting, blames both the Republicans and Democrats for it. She often touts her degree by saying that an accountant is needed in the White House.
Haley also criticised President Biden’s speech at the UN, which she called ‘rambling.’ Biden barely mentioned Russia and China, two countries that Haley is not afraid to go after.
Haley talked about securing the foreign border with the following ideas:
- 25K more Border Patrol & ICE
- Implement E-Verify
- Defund sanctuary cities
- No tax dollars to illegal immigrants
- Remain in Mexico
- End catch & release, start catch & deport
She attended a town hall style event with Fox News, answering questions on Israel and inflation on other things.
Haley attended a Bedford Republican Committee Breakfast in New Hampshire. She was also at the Portsmouth Rotary Club and at Tenafly, New Jersey.
Haley gave a speech at the New Hampshire Institute of Politics at Saint Anselm College in Manchester, NH. Her “Freedom Plan”, which can be watched here, saw Haley hammer her plans on economics.
Haley was on 5% according to polls today.
Haley wished her Jewish followers a happy Yom Kippur.
It was all about the domestic policy this week for Nikki Haley. Her Freedom Plan set out the groundwork for her economic policy, especially essential as 3 in 5 respondents to a Wall Street Journal poll said that they disapproved of the way Biden was handling the economy. She was also ready to talk about the border, especially important considering the chaos in Texas and New York.