Joe Biden has one secret Republican ally to guarantee Donald Trump’s defeat in 2024

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Everyone in both parties acknowledges that Joe Biden is losing to Donald Trump.

But Democrats aren’t going to accept defeat as inevitable.

And Joe Biden has one secret Republican ally to guarantee Donald Trump’s defeat in 2024.

Nikki Haley Speech Stokes Speculation of Third-Party Run

Former President Donald Trump blew out former U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley in her home state of South Carolina’s Primary winning with 60 percent of the vote.

Haley only won 29 percent of Republicans and took home 39.5 percent of the vote because Democrats and Left-wing independents could vote in South Carolina’s open Primary.

By any measure winning less than 40 percent of the vote overall – and less than 30 percent of your own party’s voters – for a home state politician would be a campaign-ending embarrassment.

But a beaming Haley spoke to supporters afterward and pledged to stay in the race.

In her speech, she attacked President Joe Biden as senile and incompetent and Trump as chaotic.

Haley cited polls showing 70 percent of Americans didn’t watch a Trump-Biden rematch to claim America deserved a better choice.

To the trained ear, it sounded like Haley’s opening salvo in a kickoff speech for a third-party run with the Center-Left group No Labels.

“Nikki Haley’s speech tonight was a No Labels Here I’m Coming speech. She said, ‘I’m a woman of my word. I’m not giving up this fight when a majority of Americans disapprove of both Donald Trump and Joe Biden.’ She’s running No Labels. I bet shortly after Super Tuesday,” former Bush administration spokesman Ari Fleisher posted on social media.

No Labels Founder Expresses Interest in Haley Running on the No Labels Ticket

24 hours later, No Labels national director Joe Cunningham appeared on Fox & Friends Sunday and couldn’t contain his excitement at the prospect of Haley running on the No Labels ticket.

“The truth is, we’re talking to a lot of spectacular people right now, and we’re not ready to unveil those folks just yet,” Cunningham stated.

“This has been a project to essentially give Americans another choice if they’re unhappy with the presumptive nominees. Which, you know, it appears it’s going to be Trump vs. Biden right now, but we don’t know. Nikki Haley, she’s remaining in the race. You can’t count her out completely. And hats off to her for staying in and for sticking with it. But we’re looking for great quality people and folks that have broad an appeal to independents, Democrats, Republicans. And, yeah, I mean, Nikki Haley’s somebody we’d definitely be interested in,” Cunningham stated.

Cunningham said No Labels would debut its ticket after Super Tuesday, which would be around the time that Donald Trump officially clinches the GOP nomination.

“We’ve said from the onset that after Super Tuesday we’re going to look at who the presumptive nominees are, and if the vast majority of Americans are unhappy with those and we feel like we can put forward a ticket or offer a ballot line to candidates who can win, then we’re going to offer that ballot line,” Cunningham added.

No Labels is part of a “Swamp” effort to deny Donald Trump the White House.

Joe Biden and the Democrats want a third party with a RINO at the top of the ticket to siphon votes away from him.

Biden may not be able to beat him one on one.

But with carefully selected third-party candidates designed to drain votes from Trump, Biden could pull off a win like former President Bill Clinton did in the 1992 Election.

Clinton won with 43 percent when independent candidate Ross Perot pulled 19 percent of the vote.

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