USSC Non-Resident Senior Fellow Bruce Wolpe speaks to East Side 89.7 FM about Nikki Haley’s decision to continue her campaign for the Republican presidential nomination. This follows her “particularly humiliating” loss to Donald Trump in this week’s South Carolina Republican primary — the state where Haley was formerly the governor.

Wolpe speculates that Haley’s continued presence in the race could harm Trump in the November general election. He observes that in these primary contests “30 to 40 per cent of Republicans are not voting for Trump,” reflecting his relative weakness compared to Biden’s largely unchallenged support among Democrats.