Former Republican presidential nominee-hopeful Vivek Ramaswamy took a swipe at former South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley after former President Donald Trump beat her to first place at New Hampshire’s presidential primary on Tuesday.

Speaking to Trump’s supporters at his election headquarters after his victory, Ramaswamy called Trump’s win a “victory over America last.”

“What we saw tonight is America first defeating America last. That’s what we saw tonight. If you want America last, you can go to Joe Biden. You’ve got another candidate still apparently in the Republican primary. Cut your social security to fork over more money to Ukraine so some kleptocrats can buy a bigger house, go to Nikki Haley,” he said.

“But you know who delivered a double-digit victory tonight?.. it is a double-digit victory as of right now, is this man, Donald J. Trump, the leader of America first and that means something. USA and Donald Trump America first,” he added.

The biotech executive went on to suggest that Haley exits the race as he compares her continued candidacy to the “ugly underbelly of American politics, where the mega-donors are trying to do one thing when we the people say another.”

“And it’s up to us, to we the people to at long last say, hell no, we the people create a government that is accountable to us and we the people have said tonight we want again, as we did in Iowa, Donald J. Trump,” he added.

Ramaswamy went on to say that the general election began on Tuesday night with Trump’s win, predicting that the GOP frontrunner will “win it in a landslide.”

Standing as Trump’s last major rival in the GOP presidential field, Haley’s name was repeatedly mentioned during Trump’s celebration on Tuesday night. The GOP frontrunner himself called her out for giving a speech like the winner of the night.

“I have to tell you, it was very interesting because I said, ‘Wow, what a great victory. But then, somebody ran up to the stage all dressed up nicely — when it was at 7. But now I walked up and it said 14. She ran up when it was 7, and you know, we have to do what’s good for our party, and she was up and I said, ‘Wow, she’s doing a speech like she won. She didn’t win. She lost,” Trump said.

“This is not your typical victory speech, but let’s not have somebody take a victory when she had a very bad night. She had a very bad night,” he added.

Trump had an 11.3 percentage point win over Haley, as he had 54.5% of 90% votes counted while Haley had 43.2%.

However, Haley told her supporters she will not be quitting, as she said, “New Hampshire is first in the nation. It is not last in the nation. This race is far from over.”