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Nikki Haley Heckled by America First Protester Shouting 'No New Wars' and 'We Know Who Your Money Comes From, Nikki'

Later in the rally, Haley blamed Trump for protesters opposing her hawkish foreign policy.

Nikki Haley Heckled by America First Protester Shouting 'No New Wars' and 'We Know Who Your Money Comes From, Nikki'

Neoconservative presidential candidate Nikki Haley's South Carolina rally on Sunday was interrupted by an "America First" anti-war protester.

Haley was discussing foreign policy, specifically, Iran, when the man interjected.

“When have we ever let men and women sit there and take strikes like that, and do nothing to stop it? He’s done nothing!” Haley said of President Joe Biden's response to the attack that killed three servicemembers in Jordan over the weekend. “He’s got to stop trying to get back into an Iran deal that doesn’t help us. And he’s got to start making sure that we show American strength. That’s the only way we will get that done.”

At this point, the man, who was near the front of the crowd, shouted, “No new wars. … I’m done with the military-industrial complex.”

“None of us want new wars,” the former Boeing board member claimed.

“We know who your money comes from Nikki. We know!” the man shouted. “And we’re sick of the wars and we want America First.”

The protester ripped up a Haley campaign sign and was escorted from the rally — but continued arguing against war on his way out.

Haley also told the crowd, “You know, don’t be offended by that, because my husband and every military member sacrifices every day for his right to do that.”

Haley has been credibly accused of having multiple affairs while her first husband of 28 years, and father to her two children, Michael Haley, was deployed in Afghanistan.

The Daily Mail reported earlier this month, "Will Folks, 49, and Larry Marchant, 61, both signed affidavits in 2010 alleging they had a sexual relationship with the then-South Carolina lawmaker, before she went on to become governor."

Folks wrote in an October 2010 affidavit obtained by The Mail, "Representative Haley and I shared our first kiss while sitting in her parked car outside of MacDougal's restaurant and bar in downtown Columbia, S.C."

"This kiss took place in early 2007 following an evening with friends at the nearby Liberty Taproom. After this first kiss, Rep. Haley drove us to the parking lot behind the neighborhood center at Emily Douglas Park where we parked for approximately forty-five minutes," the affadavit continued. "There we slid back the seats of her Cadillac SUV so that Rep. Haley could climb on top of me."

In 2019, Haley was elected to Boeing's board of directors months after leaving her post in the Trump administration. At the time, she had a net worth of less than $1 million.

"Post her tenure, reports surfaced that Haley boosted her fortune eight-fold — to $8 million — after leaving the Trump administration," the New York Post reported at the time.

The former UN ambassador later purchased a $2.4 million waterfront estate on Kiawah Island, South Carolina.

Haley's Sunday rally was later interrupted by a second protester.

She blamed the protests on former President Donald Trump, who is beating her by a landslide in the Republican primaries.

“That’s what Trump does. He does disruption. That’s the only way he thinks he can win by planting people like this. I think we’re getting under his skin,” she said.

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