COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) — With the launch of her new memoir, former U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley has again ignited speculation that she may be gearing up for a possible bid for the White House, perhaps as early as 2024.
But even though the former South Carolina governor left the Trump administration on her own terms, a rarity in a White House that has seen its share of turmoil, some strategists say that in a post-Trump era, she could struggle to win back GOP traditionalists who aren't fans of the polarizing president.
"She gets credit for getting out without being too stained by the Trump administration," said Chip Felkel, a South Carolina-based Republican strategist. "Everybody seems to get stained by this guy, and they all get thrown aside when they aren't