CNN will host a second town hall for the Republican presidential candidates with former South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley. Nikki Haley will be appearing on CNN next month.
CNN reports that Haley will take part in a live event on the 4th of June in Iowa, a key state for early primaries. The event will be moderated at 8 pm Eastern Time by Jake Tapper. CNN’s Kaitlan Collins moderated the first Republican Presidential town hall held by the outlet on May 10, in New Hampshire, with former President Donald Trump.
Both Trump and Clinton clashed in the stage, provoking laughter and cheers from the audience when Trump was questioned about Jan. 6, his legal problems, the war in Ukraine and the 2020 elections.
Haley, who served as U.N. Ambassador for two years under her former boss Trump before Haley, was the second Republican to enter the presidential race early in February. Ambassador. After leaving the Trump administration she established her own political action group (PAC), Stand For America.
Based on the Real Clear Politics average of polls conducted from April 27 to May 22, Haley receives 4.5% of support.
Tim Scott, a South Carolina senator and former colleague of the governor’s, is also running for office. Florida Gov. Former Arkansas Governor Ron DeSantis, former Vice-President Mike Pence and Florida Gov. Asa Hutchinson and Vivek Ramaswamy, a businessman and conservative radio host Larry Elder.