Haley mocks her Civil War error and Trump stand-in on ‘SNL’(Part-1)

WASHINGTON — By participating in a skit that mocked a stand-in for the former president over his refusal to debate her and questioned his mental fitness, Nikki Haley, a candidate for the Republican presidential nomination, poked fun at herself over a campaign misstep. However, her primary target during an appearance on "Saturday Night Live" was Donald Trump.

"Had a great time watching Saturday Night Live tonight! Early on Sunday morning, Haley tweeted on X, which was once known as Twitter, that she was "looking forward to the stream of unhinged tweets in the morning." She was aware that it was beyond Donald's bedtime.

This is a sham CNN town hall meeting with Donald Trump, which took place in Columbia, South Carolina, the location of the next nominating contest, which will take place on February 24. Kenneth Thompson and Punkie Johnson, both of "Saturday Night Live," take on the roles of Charles Barkley and Gayle King, respectively, while James Austin Johnson portrays Donald Trump.

A member of the audience named Haley, who had previously served as the governor of South Carolina, is presented as "someone who describes herself as a concerned South Carolina voter" when she is asked to pose a question to the candidate.

To answer your question, why are you not going to debate Nikki Haley? She inquires about it. Haley is the only significant opponent that Trump has faced up to this point in the campaign

Trump, who is now the front-runner for the nomination, has skipped all debates thus far. "Oh my God, it's her, the woman who ran the security department on January 6," the speaker said. The actor reacts by saying, "It's you, Nancy Pelosi.

During a campaign address that took place in New Hampshire a month ago, Donald Trump appeared to mix Haley, who served as his ambassador to the United Nations, with Nancy Pelosi, a Democratic representative from California 

who had previously served as the speaker of the House. Trump had made the erroneous assertion that Haley was in charge of security at the Capitol on January 6, 2021, when supporters of Trump stormed the facility.