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Nikki Haley breaks board: Gov. Haley effortlessly destroys board with bare hand

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Nikki Haley breaks a board in a YouTube video and many are calling the feat pretty impressive. In the video, Haley effortlessly breaks the board that is being held by an unidentified man. Shortly after her accomplishment, Nikki Haley was awarded an honorary black belt in Tae Kwon Do with her name on it in English and Korean, The Inquisitr reported on Dec. 19.

The Haley breaks board video, which can be seen above this article, is titled “Governor Nikki Haley Earns Honorary Black Belt.”

“I earned an honorary 4th degree Black Belt today!” Haley joyfully expressed via a Facebook post. She received the black belt from representatives of the state’s largest Tae Kwon Do tournament, according to a recent report from ABC News. Haley previously announced that the last Saturday of September will be known as Tae Kwon Do Day in South Carolina, the report explained.

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Gov. Haley recently took the time to talk to the Associated Press on what it was like dealing with her husband's deployment in Afghanistan. Captain Mark Haley recently returned from spending a year overseas. In the interview, Haley said:

"Seeing him, I felt like I took my first breath in a year. I think we will just appreciate this Christmas more because you truly do understand your blessings. When you know you could lose a loved one and to think of that every day, it reminds you truly to be thankful for what you have, and it really helps you understand that a lot of the small things don't matter."

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