VIDEO: Nikki Haley Gets Called Out in Chick-fil-A

Gage Skidmore from Surprise, AZ, United States of America, CC BY-SA 2.0 , via Wikimedia Commons

( – During a recent encounter on the campaign trail, a man challenged Nikki Haley, a Republican presidential hopeful, criticizing her for the substantial financial outlay on her seemingly improbable campaign.

Nikki Haley, previously the U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations, had recently trailed behind both former President Donald Trump and Florida Governor Ron DeSantis in the Iowa caucuses. This outcome arose even though Haley’s campaign, alongside a supporting super PAC, had invested more heavily in Iowa advertising than her competitors.

A report from NBC News earlier in the month revealed that Republican candidates and their allied groups had collectively spent over $100 million on advertising leading up to the caucuses. Haley’s campaign itself had dedicated at least $4.6 million to ads in Iowa, and the SFA Fund Inc., a super PAC backing her, had expended $25 million on Iowa advertising in 2023.

Despite Trump’s commanding lead in the Republican presidential nomination race, as well as his victory in the New Hampshire primary, Haley remains optimistic. Her recent strategy includes intensified criticism of Trump, particularly questioning his mental fitness for another term.

The incident in question occurred at a Chick-fil-A in New Hampshire, where Haley was campaigning ahead of the state’s primary. Titus Frost, who recorded and shared the video on a platform formerly known as Twitter, noted Haley’s displeasure when asked about her extensive spending on television advertisements, particularly in light of the nation’s homeless veterans and her apparent slim chances against Trump.

In the video, Frost probes Haley about the justification behind politicians spending massively on TV ads, especially when those funds could aid homeless veterans and considering her lagging performance against Trump.

Haley retorted, referencing her husband’s status as a combat veteran and asserting that the aim of such advertising is to convey truth to the electorate. However, Frost persisted, emphasizing the futility of her campaign against Trump and the potential for better use of the funds.

This exchange, widely shared on social media, garnered accolades from Trump supporters, including figures like Laura Loomer and Jack Posobiec. Frost later expressed a hope that this incident might prompt politicians to redirect their resources from television advertisements to more beneficial causes for American citizens.


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