Trump’s victorious Saturday in Idaho and Missouri

2WM3Y2J Myrtle Beach, United States. 23rd Feb, 2024. Republican presidential candidate and former president Donald Trump interacts with the crowd after a "Get Out and Vote" campaign rally at the Winthrop Coliseum in Rock Hill, South Carolina on Friday, February 23, 2024. South Carolina holds its Republican presidential primary on February 24. Photo by Bonnie Cash/UPI Credit: UPI/Alamy Live News

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Since the primary elections began, Republicans in every state have made clear that President Trump was their choice for 2024.

Voters in Missouri and Idaho were no different, as Trump trounced Nikki Haley yet again in Saturday’s primary elections. He received 100 percent of the delegate votes cast in Missouri, which included 40 delegate votes from Missouri’s eight congressional districts and 11 at the statewide level.

The remaining three delegate votes will be cast by the GOP state chairman and the state’s Republican national committeeman and committeewoman. In a Truth Social Post, President Trump wrote, “THANK YOU, MISSOURI! Together, WE are going to MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN!!!”

Trump also prevailed in the Idaho caucuses, beating Haley by over 71 percent with 77 percent of votes reported. After concluding his second campaign rally of the day, he thanked Idaho voters in another Truth Social post.

The 45th president also won the remaining 39 delegates in Michigan, dealing another blow to the crumbling Haley campaign.  

Next up is Washington D.C. on March 3, followed by North Dakota on March 4. On Super Tuesday, voters in 16 states and American Samoa will head to the polls to cast a vote for their favorite candidate. Trump leads Haley by a wide margin in every state, but she has not said whether she will continue her campaign if he prevails once again.

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