Haley Calls Trump’s Attack On Husband ‘Disgusting’

Former South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley turned her attention to President Donald Trump’s attacks on her husband’s whereabouts during an interview with Dana Perino. During a rally over the weekend, Trump had asked, “What happened to her husband? Where is he? He’s gone. He knew. He knew.”

He repeated the attack in a post to Truth Social on Monday in which he called Haley’s campaign performance “an embarrassment to her wonderful husband.” He then suggested “he should come back home to help save her dying campaign.”

Responding to the attacks, Haley said, “It’s disgusting. I mean, every bit of it is disgusting.”

“You know, to sit there and mock my husband for not being with me on the presidential trail because he is deployed and serving our country. You mock one veteran, you’re mocking all veterans. But this is a pattern, he’s done this over and over again. Whether he went and calls military members suckers. Whether he was at Arlington Cemetery saying what was in it for them, why would they do this?” she added.

Further taking issue with the GOP frontrunner’s mockery of her husband, the former U.N. ambassador added, “These men and women sacrifice for us every day. They’re willing to shed blood. That’s the values that made this country great, and anybody that excuses what he continues to say against the military is hugely mistaken because this is going to be the president of the United States.”

She then called anyone who agrees with the mockery “disgusting along with him.”

Haley has previously hit Trump for questioning the whereabouts of her husband, Michael Haley, who is deployed on a yearlong mission in the Horn of Africa as part of his duties in the South Carolina Army National Guard.

“Donald Trump had a rally today and in that rally, he mocked my husband’s military service,” she said at a rally in South Carolina after Trump’s remarks on Saturday. “And I’ll say this: Donald, if you have something to say, don’t say it behind my back, get on a debate stage and say it to my face. I am proud of Michael’s service. Every military spouse knows it’s a family sacrifice.”

Michael himself indirectly called out Trump by posting a photo of a wolf on X, which had the words, “The difference between humans and animals? Animals would never allow the dumbest ones to lead the pack.”

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