Governor Haley drops by Bachmann town hall

Governor Nikki Haley (R-S.C.) made a surprise appearance as an "undecided voter" at a town hall for presidential candidate Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-Minn.) in Charleston, South Carolina Thursday.

Haley joined Bachmann on stage and pressed for her views on the National Labor Relations Board legal complaint against Boeing in South Carolina.

"We have this great American company called Boeing that decided to created 1,000 jobs in South Carolina and our president decided to allow the NRLB, which he appoints members to, to try and stop what Boeing is doing in South Carolina. It's the most un-American thing I've ever seen…If you were president how would you handle the situation?" asked Haley.

Bachmann responded saying she would only appoint "pro-jobs" appointees to the labor board.

She also took aim at the Environmental Protection Agency in her response.

"If the NRLB would also be continuing their current stance they may not last very long. Once they see what I do to the EPA they may shape up," said Bachmann.