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Donald Trump wins elections in three more states and goes for the Republican nomination on Super Tuesday

Donald Trump wins elections in three more states and goes for the Republican nomination on Super Tuesday

Trump has so far won every state nominating contest heading into next week’s Super Tuesday, when voters in 15 U.S. states will choose their preferred candidate from each party.

Everything indicates that the 77-year-old Republican leader probably will face President Joe Biden, 81in the elections next November, for the second time since 2020, when he suffered a defeat that he still refuses to acknowledge.

Trump goes with growing momentum toward the Republican nomination at the July GOP convention in Wisconsin, and Tuesday is expected to all but guarantee the outcome.

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Missouri, Michigan and Idaho were elections hybrid internal with different rules, which in some cases reflect divisions and tensions despite Trump’s great influence.

In Missouri, Trump bested his primary opponent, former South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley, and won every county caucus in the state, The New York Times reported.

In Michigan, around 2,000 party activists voted in a convention with caucuses in which Trump won all 39 possible delegates, CNN reported.

trump had already picked up 16 Michigan delegates earlier in the week in a narrow primary vote.

The former president also comfortably won the Republican caucuses in the state of Idaho, according to NBC and ABC networks.

Haley has traveled the entire country in preparation for Super Marss, trying to argue against the inevitability of Trump’s nomination.

Source: Ambito

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