Pundits Question Haley’s Nomination Path, "Where Can She Start Winning?"
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This Saturday, the two remaining Republican presidential candidates will go head-to-head in the South Carolina primary. Former President Donald Trump is expected to leave the Palmetto State victorious, yet former South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley plans to stay in the race until Super Tuesday. Trump continues to dominate the polls despite his mounting legal issues, with the first trial slated to begin next month. Yet, Haley isn't thrown off by the numbers. Vice President at Targeted Victory and former Senior Advisor to Tim Scott, Matt Gorman, joins the Rundown to preview this weekend's contest and Haley’s chances at the nomination. Buyers and sellers across the nation find themselves in a strange predicament, as high mortgage rates have frozen the real estate market, forcing many young folks to rent instead of buy. As the Federal Reserve weighs cutting rates, homebuilders have ramped up production to fill the void left by sellers holding on to their low rates. FOX News Real Estate Contributor Katrina Campins joins the Rundown to discuss the factors that are influencing the housing markets, where young buyers are turning to for solutions, and why she thinks there needs to be a renaissance of affordable housing. Plus, commentary by Jimmy Failla, host of “Fox Across America with Jimmy Failla.” Photo Credits: Associated Press Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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