Donald Trump’s Super Bowl Ad Brutally Mocks Nikki Haley

Donald Trump has released a football-themed ad attacking Nikki Hakey’s denials of wanting to change Social Security rules.

The ad, which was released online at the same time as the Super Bowl game between the San Francisco 49ers and the Kansas City Chiefs, shows a referee overturning Haley’s claim that she “never said” that she wants to raise the age of Social Security following a “red-flag” review of other previous remarks.

The ad shows the referee reviewing previous interviews and public statements from Haley suggesting that 65 is “way too low” to start receiving social benefits and “we need to increase that.”

Another clip shows Haley, Trump’s last remaining serious challenger in the 2024 GOP primary, suggesting that the retirement age in the U.S. also needs to change to reflect the increase in life expectancy.

The ref then returns to the field and declares: “Nikki Haley clearly said she plans to change the rules and raise the age of Social Security. This results in cutting benefits for 80 percent of Americans.”

The commentator for the game can then be heard saying how Haley’s denial was a “rookie mistake.”

This is a breaking news story and will be updated as more information becomes available.

Nikki Haley on February 11 in Orangeburg, South Carolina. Donald Trump released a football-themed ad attacking Haley’s comments on Social Security.