Comedian Bill Maher said on Friday's “Real Time with Bill Maher” that former United Nations Ambassador Nikki Haley has no chance of winning the Republican nomination against the top Republican surrogate candidate. Ta.
Republican New Hampshire Governor Chris Sununu Said Former President Donald Trump has not yet finalized his nomination, but Maher and panelist Jessica Tarloff both said they have. Maher was so confident in this that he offered to place a bet on the governor at odds of 100 to 1. (Related: 'She's not going to do this': Chris Christie caught on hot mic saying Nikki Haley 'is going to get smoked' on election)
Chris Sununu is strutting Nikki Haley and is literally banging the table for her as she is ignored like a child left at the grown-up table.
Maher: “Let's face reality. Nikki Haley isn't going to be the candidate, Trump is going to be the candidate. Let's stop arguing over nonsense.” pic.twitter.com/nktm13wdb3
— Eric Abbenante (@EricAbbenante) February 3, 2024
“all [Trump] I am interested in securing the nomination,” Sununu asserted.
“He has the right to pick,” Tarlov replied.
Sununu said that's not the case with Trump and that Nikki Haley is still running against him.
“Nikki Haley. Nikki Haley 2024. I mean it,” Sununu said, tapping the table.
The four-term governor endorsed Haley in New Hampshire a month before the nation's first primary, but lost to Haley when Trump received more than 50% of the vote.
“Let's face reality,” Maher said. “First of all, Nikki Haley isn't going to be the nominee, Trump is going to be the nominee. Let's stop arguing about stupid things.”
Sununu complained that Maher disrespected voters, many of whom had not yet cast their votes.
“Voters matter, and they are overwhelmingly voting for Trump,” Maher responded.
After Sununu continued to resist, Maher said, “I'll bet it 100-1.” The governor did not say whether he would accept the bet.
“I'm not saying it's not a big mountain to climb,” Sununu acknowledged.
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