Nikki Haley, 2024 GOP candidate for the primary election in 2024, slammed Thursday a reporter who brought up her dress at her daughter’s wedding.
Haley shared a screenshot from an email sent by Newsweek reporter Gerrard Konga, in which he claimed that some people believed her dress to be too similar in color to the one of her daughter. Kaonga asked if Haley and daughter had discussed dress choices before the wedding.
Haley stated that the email was an example of the reason why the public does not trust the media. She also implied that this question was part a larger pattern that involved politically biased journalistic harassment of conservatives.
This is why people do not trust the media. Liberal “journalists”, on the other hand, spend their time harassing conservatives over their outfit choices. Grow up @Newsweek P.S. “The dress was gold”
Haley posted a photo of her family on Sunday at her daughter’s wedding.
Haley tweeted: “We had a sweet weekend celebrating Rena & Josh.” We are grateful for the sweet family members and friends that joined us to celebrate and support them. Rena and Josh: We could not be prouder of you both!
Some Twitter users noted that Haley’s dress is similar in color to the dresses of her daughters.
“… What’s the reason you are dressed as a bride for your daughter? ???? “One user tweeted.
Why are you wearing white and holding the groom? Another user tweeted: “Creaky.”
Another user tweeted: “Which white-dressed woman is getting married?”
Fox News media journalist Joseph A. Wulfsohn criticized the attention paid to dress critics. He said that there were very few of them and that the positive reactions outnumbered the negative.
“I have just read the “backlash” that Newsweek has reported on. It seems to be about the *eight* random tweets and the even smaller number of Instagram comments criticizing a picture of Nikki Haley at her daughter’s marriage. Wulfsohn said that the majority of reactions were positive.