With back-to-back victories in the Lowa and New Hampshire primary contests, former US President Donald Trump solidified his dominance within the party. Meanwhile, Republican opponent Nikki Haley has vowed to continue running. After winning the New Hampshire primary on Tuesday, Donald Trump appeared to be on the verge of securing the Republican presidential nomination. Trump wins in the New Hampshire primary contest, which marks a historic moment in the political arena.
Trump’s Historic Triumph in the New Hampshire Primary Contest
With victories in the first two states, Iowa and New Hampshire, Donald Trump has done in politics what no other Republican challenger to the presidency has done in modern history. And he won both with over 50% of the vote. Despite not taking part in a single debate, Donald Trump seems unstoppable in approaching his third straight Republican nomination.
After defeating Ron DeSantis in Iowa, Trump easily won against his lone opponent, Nikki Haley, within two weeks. Almost immediately after the polls closed at 8 p.m., news outlets declared the election in favor of Trump.
Haley Defiant: Declares Race Far from Over After New Hampshire Defeat
In her address following the New Hampshire contest defeat, Nikki Haley expressed: They are falling all over themselves saying, this race is over. Well, I have news for all of them. New Hampshire is first in the nation. It is not last in the nation. This race is far from over. There are dozens of states left to go.
Trump’s Triumph and Critique: Analyzing the New Hampshire Win and Haley’s Response
After cruising to victory over Nikki Haley in the New Hampshire Republican presidential primary election, Donald Trump criticized his sole remaining rival, saying, ‘She’s doing, like, a speech like she won. She didn’t win. She lost. Further, he adds, we have won almost every single poll in the last three months against Joe Bidden, almost every pole. And she does not win those polls, and this is not your typical victory speech, but let’s not have somebody take a victory, when she have a very bad night.
Hillary’s Sarcasm Showdown on Social Media
On the Trump talk last night, “We won New Hampshire three times now. We win the primary, we win the generals.” Hillary Clinton responded in a sarcastic way on social media by uploading the 2016 and 2020 presidential contest results from New Hampshire.
Trump’s Winning Streak Sparks Social Media Debate
After consecutive wins in the primary contest of Donald Trump, social media is flooded with a mix of positive and negative reviews. Some are considering that all of us working for election integrity just want elections that we, the people, can trust. It’s never been about the candidates or who won. It’s been about preserving our constitutional republic. Democracy in this constitutional republic depends on free and fair elections. Some consider that, under the 14th Amendment, he must be disqualified from the ballot. This is the law of the land and is undisputed.
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