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Trump achieved a new victory in the Republican caucuses held in Idaho, Missouri and Michigan

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Trump achieved a new victory in the Republican caucuses held in Idaho, Missouri and Michigan

Former US President Donald Trump achieved a new victory in the Republican caucuses held in Idaho, Missouri, and Michigan. According to the first projections published by media outlets such as NBC News and CNN, Trump prevailed over former South Carolina governor Nikki Haley, solidifying his position as the front-runner for the Republican presidential nomination.

Trump’s victory in these states adds to his streak of wins in previous primaries and caucuses, further strengthening his position as the potential Republican candidate for the November presidential elections. With ‘Super Tuesday’ approaching on March 5, where 16 states will hold primary elections, Trump is expected to continue his winning momentum.

So far, Trump has accumulated 244 delegates, while Haley has 24. A candidate needs at least 1,215 delegates to secure the nomination, and with a total of 2,429 delegates available, the race is far from over.

Despite facing multiple pending legal cases, including four criminal trials, Trump remains a formidable force in the Republican party. If he continues to garner support from Republican voters, he could potentially face President Joe Biden, the presumed Democratic candidate, in the November elections.

In response to Trump’s accusations against the Biden administration, Biden campaign spokesperson Ammar Moussa defended the Democratic candidate, stating that Trump’s claims are an attempt to distract from his own actions regarding border security.

As the primary season progresses, all eyes will be on Trump as he navigates through the complex and lengthy process towards securing the Republican nomination and potentially facing off against President Biden in the general election.

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