Nikki Haley in Iowa: Empowering Voters for the Presidential Election 2024

Grand View University served as the venue for the event, which CNN anchor Jake Tapper moderated. Iowa’s DES MOINES — On June 4, former UN ambassador Nikki Haley stopped by Grand View University for a CNN town hall.

The Iowans who may help determine if the former governor of South Carolina challenges President Joe Biden in 2024 asked her questions.

Haley was questioned about her prior relationship with Republican front-runner Donald Trump at the town hall. Haley made an effort to set herself apart as a “generational leader” who can work with voters to bring about change in Washington.

“They want to see results happen. They don’t want to see congressional members go on TV and talk about how awful everybody else is. They want to see a government that works for them. We have to do that, and that tone starts from the top,” Haley said.

“I think we can agree on doctors and nurses who don’t believe in abortion shouldn’t have to perform them. I think we can agree on the fact that contraception should be accessible. And I think we can all come together and say any woman that has an abortion shouldn’t be jailed or given the death penalty. Can’t we start there?” she said.

Voters also discussed whether the United States should support Ukraine in its conflict with Russia, how to assist small companies in need, and how to stop additional mass shootings. Haley informed the audience that she would like her administration to be centered on the future of the country rather than reliving the past.

“We deserve better, you deserve better than what we have right now and I am determined to make that happen,” Haley said.

FiveThirtyEight, a website that predicts elections, reports that Haley presently has an average of 4.5% support among potential Republican voters. About 54% of people favor Donald Trump.

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