Jindal had then described Trump as an “egomaniac” who was “devoid of substance” and “dangerous”. “I think Donald Trump has tapped into middle class anxieties. He’s doing well in part because voters are responding to what he is saying, he’s saying, look, he’ll fight for them,”Jindal said hours before Donald Trump won the Indiana primary and became the Republican presumptive nominee. But at the same time,Jindal said it would be tough for Doanld Trump to defeat Hillary Clinton.“I think Donald Trump is going to have the hardest time beating Hillary of all the candidates that ran for president,” he said.
Nikki Haley The two-term popular Governor of South Carolina Nikki Haley has ruled out contesting for a Republican vice presidential run but said she would vote for her party’s presidential nominee.
“I have great respect for the will of the people, and as I have always said, I will support the Republican nominee for president,” Indian-American Haley said in a brief statement a day after Donald Trump won the Indiana primary and became the presumptive nominee of the party for the November general elections. However, Haley, who had endorsed the Florida Senator Marco Rubio and campaigned for him extensively before he withdrew from the race, did not name Trump in her statement.
“To the members of the press who are asking, while I am flattered to be mentioned and proud of what that says about the great things going on in South Carolina, my plate is full and I am not interested in serving as vice president,” Haley said.