Former South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley has finally revealed who she will vote for in November. During a question and answer session at the Hudson Institute in Washington, D.C., which marks her first public remarks since she announced the end of her presidential campaign, she said that she will vote for former President Donald Trump.

Haley shared her intention to vote for Trump when she was asked whether he or President Joe Biden was stronger on national security issues.

The last-standing Trump rival in the GOP primaries indicated that Trump would be her top pick as he is a better option than the 81-year-old president even though he is not perfect himself.

“As a voter, I put my priorities on a president who’s going to have the backs of our allies and hold our enemies to account, [and] who would secure the border. No more excuses. A president who would support capitalism and freedom. A president who understands we need less debt, not more debt. Trump has not been perfect on these policies. I’ve made that clear many, many times. But Biden has been a catastrophe. So I will be voting for Trump,” Haley stated.

But the former U.N. ambassador, who continues to hold up to 20% of the Republican vote over two months after dropping her campaign, noted that Trump has not reached out to her supporters.

“Having said that, I stand by what I said in my suspension speech. Trump would be smart to reach out to the millions of people who voted for me and continue to support me and not assume that they’re just going to be with him. And I genuinely hope he does that,” she continued.

Haley’s advice for Trump to reach out to her supporters align with her remarks as she got out of the race in March.

Refusing to endorse him, she said, “It is now up to Donald Trump to earn the votes of those in our party and beyond it who did not support him. And I hope he does that.”

During her speech on Wednesday, Haley leaned down heavy on Biden, as she said that his “legacy is already clear. He will go down in history as the commander in chief who refused to stop our enemies.”