South Carolina gubernatorial hopeful Nikki Haley rolled out a new robocall message Thursday featuring Sarah Palin.
Palin -- who endorsed Haley and appeared in a commercial for her last week -- calls the GOP candidate a "strong, pro-life, pro-business conservative reformer," and adds that "[Haley] isn't afraid to take on the entrenched powers."
The former Alaska governor dismisses allegations of Haley's infidelity:
"They come after you with all kinds of made-up nonsense to try to knock you down," she says in the call. "Believe me. I've been there."
The robocall was released a day after a second man, lobbyist Larry Marchant, accused Haley of infidelity. Marchant, a lobbyist who had worked for Haley's GOP primary opponent, South Carolina Lt. Gov. Andre Bauer, alleged that he and Haley had a one night stand.
LISTEN to Palin's robocall:
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