Gov. Haley and Sen. Scott speak at Republican National Convention delegate breakfast
Sen. Tim Scott and Gov. Nikki Haley appeared together in Cleveland today at a breakfast for delegates during the Republican National Convention. Sen. Tim Scott spoke first calling for unity in the Republican Party to elect Donald Trump to the White House. Scott described his view of economic recovery under the Obama administration as lacking and that there needs to be, “a real recovery by someone who understands business.” Sen. Scott also mentioned that he will stump for Sen. Chuck Grassley in Iowa as a demonstration of unity within the party.
(Listen to Sen. Tim Scott’s entire speech in the player below)
After Sen. Scott excited the crowd, he turned the stage over to South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley, who arrived at the convention earlier this morning. Gov. Haley highlighted the success of businesses in South Carolina lauding that the state now produces, “more BMW’s than anyplace in the world.” With the accomplishments of South Carolina established Gov. Haley took a more serious tone discussing the Presidential election this November. “A ‘No’ vote in November is a vote for Hillary Clinton, every single time,” she said and continued, “South Carolina can lead the way on saying, ‘No more President Obama. Hillary Clinton will be absolutely worse.'” Gov. Haley ended the speech on a positive note saying that the convention will help, “return the power to the American people.”
(Listen to Gov. Nikki Haley’s entire speech in the player below)