Koch allies’ Haley endorse­ment rais­es ques­tions about GOP for­eign pol­i­cy debate

<div>Koch allies' Haley endorsement raises questions about GOP foreign policy debate</div>

A Koch-aligned polit­i­cal group has endorsed the most hawk­ish can­di­date for the 2024 Repub­li­can pres­i­den­tial nom­i­na­tion.
That’s one key take­away from Amer­i­can for Pros­per­i­ty Action throw­ing its weight behind for­mer Unit­ed Nations Ambas­sador Nik­ki Haley less than two months before the first Repub­li­can pri­ma­ry votes are cast.
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The Koch net­work and like-mind­ed activists had sig­naled for months they want­ed to move on from for­mer Pres­i­dent Don­ald Trump.
“When we announced our deci­sion to engage in our first ever Repub­li­can pres­i­den­tial pri­ma­ry, we made it clear that we’d be look­ing for a can­di­date who can turn the page on our polit­i­cal dys­func­tion — and win,” Amer­i­cans for Pros­per­i­ty Action’s Emi­ly Sei­del said in a state­ment.
“Don­ald Trump and Joe Biden will only fur­ther per­pet­u­ate the country’s down­ward spi­ral in pol­i­tics,” she wrote in a memo explain­ing the group’s endorse­ment. “Fur­ther­more, a sig­nif­i­cant major­i­ty of vot­ers want some­body new.”
Haley has made a gen­er­a­tional change in lead­er­ship, a not-too-thin­ly veiled swipe at the 81-year-old incum­bent pres­i­dent and 77-year‑o …