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Nikki Haley Hits Trump With Painfully Accurate Spirit Halloween Costume Meme

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Nikki Haley releases brutal Spirit Halloween costume meme that calls Trump the 'Weakest General Election Candidate Ever.'

Halloween came early to the 2024 presidential election campaign trail.

On Thursday, Republican presidential candidate Nikki Haley shared a Halloween-themed meme of her GOP opponent and former boss—former Republican President Donald Trump—on X.


The meme features the familiar Spirit Halloween costume packaging digitally edited to show Donald Trump as:

"WEAKEST GENERAL ELECTION CANDIDATE EVER"

The package includes such Trump staples as:

  • $50M in legal fees—reportedly paid in 2023 by Trump's PACs
  • terrible poll numbers
  • social media rants
  • temper tantrums
All that's missing—*not included according to the meme—are his private jet and the Diet Coke he constantly drinks.

Haley captioned the post on X:

"Democrats are ecstatic about the prospect of running against Donald Trump."
"They couldn’t dream up a worse general election candidate if they tried."
"Between his legal drama, his terrible poll numbers, and his confusion, Trump will hand Democrats a big victory."

As expected, responses on Haley's post were mixed between amused agreement and misogynist and xenophobic attacks from Trump's MAGA minions who even managed to drag Hillary Clinton into it.

















A Bloomberg News/Morning Consult poll released Wednesday found a majority of swing state voters—53 percent—will not vote for Trump if he's convicted of a crime in one of his various pending criminal cases.

However, Trump still leads Haley—his last Republican challenger standing—in the polls by a wide margin.

That isn't to say Trump doesn't see Haley as a threat.

On January 24, Trump took to Truth Social to issue a warning to anyone who contributes to Haley's campaign.

@@realDonaldTrump/Truth Social

Trump wrote:

"Anybody that makes a 'Contribution' to Birdbrain, from this moment forth, will be permanently barred from the MAGA camp."
"We don’t want them, and will not accept them, because we Put America First, and ALWAYS WILL!"

Not exactly the words of a strong or confident candidate.

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