Ryan E.
March 12, 2023

Nikki Haley: US Should Change Retirement Age For People In Their 20s

Republican 2024 candidate Nikki Haley has started announcing some policies that she would put in place if she were ever to become president.

She's even said that she knows where she might start in regards to getting America and it's economy back on track.

Social security and medicare.

Haley said in an interview on March 10 that she was in favor of clamping down on both young and old people who are draining these systems.

For young people, Haley thinks they need to work longer into their lives before they qualify for social security.

"What you would do is, for those in their 20s coming into the system, we would change the retirement age so that it matches life expectancy," Nikki Haley said. "It’s those in their 20s that are coming in. You’re coming to them, and you’re saying the game has changed. We’re going to do this completely differently."

She's also not going to let older people who don't need the help continue to rob the system either. According to Haley, she's interested in exploring limits to Social Security and Medicare for older people wealthy enough to afford things on their own.

Biden and other liberals think that conservatives like Haley are showing enough weakness on issues like Medicare and Social Security that it has become one of their main talking points.

In an effort to cut down on their ammunition, Donald Trump has sent out a recommendation to all other Republicans telling them to avoid such topics.

Despite that, another popular Republican, Governor Ron DeSantis of Florida, has already felt the need to distance himself from Haley's comments.

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