WATCH: Thousands Of Supporters Line Up Hours Before Trump Rally Ahead Of South Carolina Primary

Trump is set to put the final nail in the coffin of former Gov. Nikki Haley's (R-SC) presidential campaign on Saturday in the South Carolina primary. Republican voters are energized for the 45th president, and voters turned out in droves to attend a Trump rally hours before the event in Rock Hill, South Carolina. The rally, which will be held at the Winthrop Coliseum, is set to begin at 4 P.M. EST.

"Thousands of supporters lined up hours before President Trump is set to speak in South Carolina one day before the primary," One America News Network journalist Daniel Baldwin wrote. "Incredible turnout! Every person I have spoken to says it's time for Nikki Haley to drop out and endorse President Trump."

Despite receiving $14.8 million in advertising compared to Trump's $1.3 million in political ads, Haley has been unable to break out and get significant support in the Palmetto State. Despite being governor from 2011 to 2017, the 52-year-old politician only has the support of 32.9 percent of GOP voters compared to Trump's 63.6 percent support, per Five Thirty Eight. Nationally, Haley's numbers are even worse, with only 16.4 percent support compared to Trump's gigantic lead of 61 points lead, with 77.7 percent backing from the Republican electorate.

While Haley has already suffered an embarrassing defeat in New Hampshire and is expected to be humiliated in her home state, she has vowed to continue her fight for the nomination until at least Super Tuesday on March 5. Voters will take to the polls in the following states in less than two weeks: Alabama, Alaska, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Maine, Massachusetts, Minnesota, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, and the territory of American Samoa.

"Ten days after South Carolina, another 20 states vote. I mean, this isn't Russia. We don't want someone to go in and just get 99% of the vote," Haley said in a major speech on Tuesday. "What is the rush? Why is everybody so panicked about me having to get out of this race?"

Following the primary, Haley has said that she will then begin campaigning in Michigan to attempt to put up a fight for Super Tuesday. Haley is trailing Trump by double digits in every single Super Tuesday state, with the most populous Republican state in the country, Texas, refusing to give her any substantial support. A recent University of Texas poll found that Trump continues to dominate with 80 percent support in the Lone Star State compared to Haley's nine percent support.

Republicans are fired up to renominate President Trump to take on President Biden this November. Nikki Haley should take notice and end her campaign like the other Trump challengers.


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