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Nikki Haley denies “false rumors” replace Pence on the GOP ticket in 2020

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Nikki Haley, the former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations, denied on Wednesday what they called “false rumors” that could replace Mike Pence as the Republican party Vice-presidential candidate in the year 2020.

“Enough of the false rumors,” Haley said, a photo of her and Pence to the U. N. “Vice President of Pence a good friend was tweeting from me for years. He was loyal and trustworthy VP to the President. He has my full support.”

It was not immediately clear, to speak what is the cause of Haley, although the idea of a President Trump to replace Pence with Haley was, before floated in the media.

NIKKI HALEY RESPONDS TO TRUMP’S TWEET ABOUT CUMMINGS ALWAYS DEPRIVED OF: “THIS IS SO UNNECESSARY’

To run in June, a Wall Street Journal opinion piece with the title for Trump, with Haley in the year 2020 as a way to appeal to the “politically moderate, suburban women.”

But Trump decided that it was in an interview with Fox Business’ Maria Bartiromo.

“I Love Nikki. They approved me. She is my friend. It is a part of my campaign. But Mike was a great vice-President. He is said to be a hundred percent,” Trump.

The President added: “Nikki’s future is good,” but added that Pence “is the person, 100 percent.”

Haley resigned as U. N. Ambassador last year. While the President praised Haley raised eyebrows earlier this month Via Twitter criticism of Trump, the attacks on Maryland, the democratic Republic of Elijah Cummings.

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In a tweet, Haley emoji, and by specifying replied with an eye roll, “This is so unnecessary.”

In an apparent reference to the VP rumors about Haley, a White house Advisor, Kelly Anne Conway replied: “THIS is so unnecessary,” adding, “Trump PENCE2020.”

Haley served as the Governor of South Carolina, for six years before joining the trump administration in 2017.

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