Nikki Haley Slams VP Harris and Says This Should “Send a Chill Up Every Spine’ – Watch

Former South Carolina governor and United Nations ambassador Nikki Haley has said that the prospect of Kamala Harris becoming president should “send a chill up every American’s spine.”

No-one would argue that there seems to be a very good chance Vice President Kamala Harris could soon be “President Harris.” If Joe Biden wins reelection, it seems unlikely that he would be able to serve out his four-year term.

On Sunday, GOP candidate and former South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley sounded the alarm as she appeared on Sunday Morning Futures with Maria Bartiromo.

Haley said: “My concern is we cannot have Kamala Harris as president. We can’t chance this. We have to make sure that we have a new generational leader that’s going to bring in not only Republicans, but we’re going to pull back the independents. We’re going to bring back in the suburban women, we’re going to bring in Hispanics. We’re going to bring in the Asian community.

We have to make sure we win this, because the thought of Kamala Harris being president should send a chill up every American spine.”

Haley criticized Harris’s record as vice president, saying that she has been “invisible” and “ineffective.” She also pointed to Harris’s past comments and actions, which she said have shown that she is “not a serious person.”

“Kamala Harris is not ready to be president,” Haley said. “She is not the leader that America needs.”

Haley’s comments come as Harris’s approval ratings have been declining. A recent poll found that only 38% of Americans approve of the job she is doing as vice president.

Harris’s supporters have defended her record, saying that she is a strong and experienced leader. They have also pointed to her work on a number of important issues, such as immigration and climate change.

However, Harris’s critics argue that she has not been effective in her role as vice president. They say that she has been too cautious and that she has not been able to make a significant impact on the Biden administration’s agenda.