On Tuesday, Former President Donald Trump emerged victorious in the New Hampshire GOP primary, surpassing former South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley in a head-to-head contest. Despite this setback, Haley intends to remain in the Republican race and shift her focus towards the primary in South Carolina on February 24.
Donald Trump secures a major win in the New Hampshire Republican presidential primary. This victory positions the former president strongly for the party’s presidential candidacy in November. Despite this setback, Nikki Haley, his last remaining rival, pledges to persist, declaring that the race is far from over and emphasizing her determination as a fighter. During a campaign stop, Trump, the front-runner, dismisses concerns about Haley’s continued participation, stating, “I don’t care,” and adding, “let her do whatever she wants.” Meanwhile, Joe Biden is projected to win the Democratic primary, but due to internal party disputes, these results will not be officially recognized.