US Presidential debate: Christie defends Haley from Ramaswamy attacks
US Presidential debate: Christie defends Haley from Ramaswamy attacks

The US GOP debate was marked by fiery clashes between contenders, notably former New Jersey governor Chris Christie and tech billionaire Vivek Ramaswamy. The verbal showdown erupted when Ramaswamy targeted former UN Ambassador Nikki Haley's foreign policy stance, leading to a heated exchange filled with insults and accusations.

Ramaswamy questioned Haley's knowledge of specific Ukrainian provinces, insinuating that neither she nor President Joe Biden could name them despite advocating for military involvement. He accused her of recklessly sending troops without a grasp of the situation, implying she prioritized personal gains over soldiers' lives.

Christie swiftly defended Haley, emphasizing his long-standing relationship with her and condemning Ramaswamy's personal attacks on her intelligence. He labeled Ramaswamy as "the most obnoxious blowhard in America," triggering a retort aimed at Christie's weight.

The clash extended as Ramaswamy and Florida Governor Ron DeSantis accused Haley of being soft on China and corrupt, painting her as an establishment figure beholden to corporate interests.

Throughout the debate, while candidates had opportunities to critique former President Donald Trump, most directed their criticisms towards each other. Haley, gaining more attention from donors and voters, bore the brunt of the attacks, making the verbal tussle between Christie and Ramaswamy the focal point of the event.

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