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Haley says she raised a strong $12M in February, but can’t point to long-term plan to beat Trump

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WASHINGTON (AP) — Republican presidential candidate Nikki Haley says she raised $12 million in February. That’s a haul that will likely allow her to remain in the Republican primary against former President Donald Trump past next week’s Super Tuesday — even though she can’t point to an upcoming state where she expects to beat him. The former ambassador to the United Nations noted that she outraised Trump in January and insisted that the donations have continued to flow despite lacking a long-term plan to challenge the former president’s commanding lead in the primary. Haley also got some good news later in the day, when moderate Republican Sen. Lisa Murkowski became the first senator to endorse her — defying most top GOP leaders who have lined up behind Trump.

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