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Nikki Haley roasts Vivek Ramaswamy at GOP debate

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Nikki Haley delivered one of the most brutal moments of the second GOP debate by telling Vivek Ramaswamy that she felt “dumber” every time she heard it.

The former UN ambassador’s scathing rebuke came as she attacked Mr Ramaswamy’s position on TikTok during the Republican presidential showdown on Wednesday night.

“It’s infuriating because TikTok is one of the most dangerous social media apps we can have,” Ms Haley said.

“And… honestly, every time I hear you, I feel a little dumber because of what you say,” she added, drawing cheers from the audience.

Mr Ramaswamy was asked why he decided to join video-sharing app TikTok, despite it being banned on government-issued devices due to concerns over its parent company’s ties to the Chinese government .

He responded: “Part of how we win elections is reaching the next generation of young Americans right where we are. »

He conceded that children under 16 should not use “addictive social media”, but insisted: “We will only succeed in declaring our independence from China, which I support, if we actually win.” »

Ms. Haley has been a vocal critic of TikTok and its Chinese parent company ByteDance Ltd., as well as China’s influence on U.S. politics.

She previously called for an outright ban of the app during a campaign stop in Nashville, Tennessee, in March, calling it a “Trojan horse for the Chinese Communist Party.”

During Wednesday’s debate, she reiterated her concerns about data security on TikTok.

She said: “150 million people are on TikTok. That means they can get your contacts, they can get your financial information, they can get your emails, they can get your text messages, they can get all of these things. China knows exactly what it is doing.”

“We can’t trust you. We can’t trust you. We can’t have TikTok in our children’s lives,” she told Mr Ramaswamy.

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