Nikki Haley
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Nikki Haley officially dropped out of the presidential race following her defeat in 14 out of 15 states on Super Tuesday yesterday.

“The time has come now to suspend my campaign. I said I wanted Americans to have their voices heard. I have done that," Haley said.

Haley did not endorse Trump, instead calling on him to attempt to earn the votes of those who supported her campaign.

“It is now up to Donald Trump to earn the votes of those in our party and beyond it who did not support it. And I hope he does that,” she said.

Incumbent US President Joe Biden, who is set to have a rematch with Trump in November, invited Haley's supporters to support him now that she has bowed out of the race.

“Donald Trump made it clear he doesn’t want Nikki Haley’s supporters. I want to be clear: There is a place for them in my campaign. I know there is a lot we won’t agree on. But on the fundamental issues of preserving American democracy, on standing up for the rule of law, on treating each other with decency and dignity and respect, on preserving NATO and standing up to America’s adversaries, I hope and believe we can find common ground," Biden said.

Haley won the Washington, D.C., primary earlier this week, marking her first victory.

However, on Super Tuesday, when primaries were held in 15 states, Haley won only Vermont.