Former United Nations Ambassador Nikki Haley says she feels “dumber” when she hears fellow Republican presidential hopeful Vivek Ramaswamy speak.
During the Republican presidential debate on Wednesday, Haley labeled TikTok “one of the most dangerous social media apps that we can have.”
As she spoke, Ramaswamy tried to interject, however, she shot back, “Honestly, every time I hear you I feel a little bit dumber for what you say.”
Haley went on to discuss privacy concerns around the wildly popular social media app.
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Nikki Haley to Vivek Ramaswamy:
"Honestly, every time I hear you I feel a little bit dumber." pic.twitter.com/gdMAbs3swy
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Ramaswamy tried to interrupt her again, but she proceeded to attack him and accuse him of wanting to allow children access to TikTok.
Earlier in the debate, Ramaswamy argued people who are 16 or younger should not have access to “addictive social media.”
The two traded barbs during the first primary debate when the issue of supporting Ukraine came up. Haley criticized Ramaswamy’s position on the issue, saying, “You have no foreign policy experience and it shows.”
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