Keep on running, Nikki. Keep on running.

Nikki Haley at a campaign event in North Charleston, S.C., last week. (Sam Wolfe/Bloomberg News) Barring some unlikely and unexpected events, Donald Trump is going to be the Republican presidential nominee in 2024. The former president has won Iowa and New Hampshire, he’s likely to win South Carolina, and he might well win every primary and caucus on the rest of the schedule. But Nikki Haley should stick around and challenge him anyway. The former U.N. ambassador should stick around because only two states have held nominating contests. The rest of us would like some say, even if one candidate is an overwhelming favorite. What is the point of a presidential primary process if all the candidates except one drop out shortly after it starts? While anti-Trump or Trump-skeptical Republicans are a minority in the GOP, so far, the evidence suggests they’re a sizable minority — 49 percent of […]

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