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Senator Tim Scott formalizes his support for Donald Trump

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Before withdraw from the nomination race, Tim Scott hoped to become the first African-American Republican president in the history of the United States.

Agence France-Presse

African-American senator Tim Scott, who was briefly a candidate in the Republican primary, formalized his support for ultra-favorite Donald Trump against his rival Nikki Haley during an election rally of the former president in New Hampshire on Friday evening.

The influential senator from South Carolina, the state where Nikki Haley was governor, appeared on stage alongside Donald Trump in New Hampshire, a small northeastern state which will vote in the Republican primaries on Tuesday. /p>

I came to the hot state of New Hampshire to support the next President of the United States, President Donald Trump! exclaimed Mr. Scott from New Hampshire, in the grip of a bitter cold snap.

We need Donald Trump. We need a president who unites our country.

A quote from South Carolina Senator Tim Scott

Tim Scott, a conservative Christian who dreamed of becoming the first African-American Republican president of the x27;history of the United States, withdrew from the race in November without ever getting his campaign off the ground.

He's a wonderful man, Donald Trump replied Friday evening. Having his support means a lot.

With his back against the wall facing the former president, ultra-favorite, Nikki Haley stood up this week as a bulwark against the chaos that, according to her, a new presidency of Donald Trump, like Joe Biden, would represent.

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Nikki Haley speaks to supporters in the Iowa state capitol, Des Moines, on January 15, 2024.< /p>

The only woman on the right to run for the White House, Nikki Haley, former UN ambassador under President Trump, is forced to achieve a very good result in New Hampshire on Tuesday if she wants to shake up the former president after his triumph in the January 15 primaries in Iowa.

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Republican primaries in South Carolina will take place on February 24.

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