Nikki Haley is facing criticism from social media users after she wore a white dress to her daughter’s wedding ceremony.
The Republican presidential candidate tweeted a photo with her family.
The photo included her husband Michael, son Nalin, daughter Rena, and new son-in-law Josh Jackson.
“We had the sweetest weekend celebrating Rena and Josh,” she wrote. “Grateful for our sweet family and friends who joined us in supporting and celebrating them. Rena and Josh, we couldn’t be more proud of you two!”
While most users congratulated the former South Carolina governor, some questioned her decision to wear a white dress at her daughter’s wedding.
“Did the mother of the bride wear WHITE?” wrote one user.
“Why are you dressed like a bride at your daughter’s wedding?????” another user wrote.
“Did you wear white to your daughter’s wedding?” asked another.
“Why are you basically wearing white and grabbing the boyfriend? creepy,” wrote one user.
“It’s bridal day, don’t do it for yourself,” read another comment.
Ms. Haley had launched her presidential candidacy on February 15.
Earlier this month, he announced that his campaign had raised $11 million in six weeks and had surpassed former President Donald Trump in the previous fundraising quarter, when he raised $9.5 million in the fourth quarter of last year. .
Once a favorite as a moderate GOP voice, Ms. Haley hopes to capitalize on the GOP establishment’s desire to leave Trumpism behind.
While announcing his candidacy in February, Haley said in an indirect hint to Trump: “In the United States that I see, the permanent politician will eventually retire.
“We will have term limits for Congress and mandatory mental competency tests for politicians over the age of 75.”