Former Governor Nikki Haley of South Carolina, who was the last Republican to drop out of the primary race against former President Donald J. Trump, has made a decision to release her 97 delegates and encourage them to support Mr. Trump at the upcoming Republican National Convention in Milwaukee. She believes that unity within the Republican Party is crucial, especially in the face of what she perceives as incompetence from Joe Biden and potential disaster from Kamala Harris.

Ms. Haley emphasized the importance of having a president who can hold enemies accountable, secure borders, reduce debt, and revive the economy. Despite the souring of her relationship with Mr. Trump towards the end of her campaign, she remains steadfast in her support for him and urges her delegates to do the same.

As the Republican Party prepares to kick off its national convention on July 15th, Ms. Haley’s decision to throw her support behind Mr. Trump adds an interesting dynamic to the event. Despite not receiving an invitation to the convention, she has made it clear that she stands with Mr. Trump and wishes him success.

Ms. Haley’s influence extends beyond just her delegates, as she garnered support from independents, Republicans, and moderate Democrats during her primary contests. Her decision to back Mr. Trump could have a significant impact on the outcome of the convention and the party’s stance moving forward.

The endorsement from Ms. Haley comes at a critical time for the Republican Party as it seeks to unify and rally around a common candidate. With the 2024 presidential campaign heating up, her support for Mr. Trump could galvanize his base and attract more voters to his cause.

In the midst of a highly polarized political climate, Ms. Haley’s decision to support Mr. Trump highlights the importance of party unity and the willingness to put differences aside for the greater good. As the convention approaches, all eyes will be on Milwaukee to see how this endorsement plays out and what impact it will have on the future of the Republican Party.