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Biden-Trump Re-Match In Planning – The Former President Wins Iowa

Donald Trump grabs a magnificent victory in his first battle of being selected as a presidential nominee among the Republicans. The former president celebrated this huge vote win on Monday after the citizens voted for him despite the cold weather in the country.

Vivek Ramaswamy, one of his key rivals, dropped out of the elections and decided to support him in New Hampshire. The other two opponents, Nikki Haley and Ron DeSantis, were unable to get votes close enough to be able to beat Trump.

98 out of 99 counties in Iowa voted for Trump, which was the first time in history. The one county where he lost was by just one vote.

The results after the counting was nearly completed showed Trump a win by 51% votes. His opponents, DeSantis and Haley, could grab only 21% and 19% of the vote, respectively. The reason for this massive success can be explained by the caucus-goers who entered a huge number on the caucus site on Monday. Most of them are part of the “Make America Great Again” movement.

Last time, after ending his presidential term in controversy, he took a big step towards presenting himself as the nominee for the Republican Party.

Nikki Haley could be a challenge for Trump in New Hampshire, so he will have to work harder to be selected as the presidential nominee. His lead in New Hampshire, which was one of his biggest supporters, has seen a downfall.

Many people questioned the runner-up in this vote. Ron DeSantis became the runner-up and got the prize, taking second place, no matter how large the gap between him and Trump is.

The war between these rivals will not be of smaller magnitude, as DeSantis has decided to continue his campaign after the results, which could lead to different results in the near future.

Ramaswamy, who dropped out of the candidacy, also helped Trump get this win, as the 8% of citizens who were voting for Ramaswamy had Trump as their second choice.

The results from the polls in Iowa will greatly boost Trump’s morale and confidence, which will be required in order for him to beat and face Joe Biden.

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