NH Governor Chris Sununu Endorses Nikki Haley for President During Fox & Friends Interview

New Hampshire Governor Chris Sununu endorses Nikki Haley at Red Arrow Diner Concord during Fox & Friends Interview on FOX News.

Following last night’s announcement that Governor Chris Sununu endorses Nikki Haley for President, Sununu and Haley visited Red Arrow Diner Concord this morning. The day kicked off with an exclusive interview on Fox & Friends, a daily morning news and talk program that airs on Fox News. Current Fox & Friends co-hosts include Steve DoocyAinsley EarhardtBrian KilmeadeLawrence JonesJanice DeanCarley ShimkusWill CainRachel Campos-DuffyPete HegsethRick Reichmuth, and Todd Piro. The Red Arrow Diner, known for our classic American comfort food, became the backdrop as Governor Sununu and Nikki Haley shared insights on their recent endorsement.

Before and after filming the Fox & Friends interview, Sununu and Haley conversed with Red Arrow Diner patrons and took the time to connect with potential New Hampshire voters. They also posed for pictures with Red Arrow Diner representatives, including Co-Owners Carol Lawrence, George Lawrence, and Amanda Wihby, as well as the cooks and kitchen staff.

As part of their Fox & Friends interview visit to announce that Governor Sununu endorses Nikki Haley, the pair treated themselves to a Red Arrow Diner breakfast, including a Mug O’ Bacon and Dinah Fingers.

The Red Arrow Diner was honored to be the first stop for Sununu and Haley after their endorsement announcement. Our atmosphere and classic diner fare provided the perfect setting for this exciting Fox & Friends interview. Watch the full interview below!

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The Red Arrow Diner does not endorse any candidate. Our goal is to provide a front row seat to politics so that our customers can meet, ask questions, and decide who deserves their vote. We believe in the American Presidential candidate election process, including the freedom for all types of people to announce their candidacy, and we are honored to play a very small part every four years. The responsibility to decide who is worthy belongs to the voters.