Former President Donald Trump has won the New Hampshire primary, following up his victory just last week in the Iowa Republican Caucus. All eyes are now on Trump’s primary opponent, Nimarata’ Nikki’ Haley, and whether the former South Carolina governor will continue her long-shot bid for the Republican nomination.
On Sunday, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis dropped out of the Republican presidential primary contest, endorsing former President Trump for the nomination. The Trump campaign is expected to receive additional support from DeSantis voters in the upcoming primary states heading into Super Tuesday on March 5th.
Calls for Republicans to unify behind former President Trump and for Haley to end her primary challenge will likely intensify with Trump scoring his second convincing primary victory in just over a week. Trump has ruled out selecting Haley as his Vice-President.
Up next on the primary calendar is the Nevada primary and caucus. The Nevada primary will be held on February 6th — though no convention delegates are awarded. The Republican party-administered caucus will be held on February 8th, with the convention delegates up for grabs. Nimrata’ Nikki’ Haley is in the primary, while former President Trump is in the caucus.
After Nevada, the South Carolina primary is next on February 24th.
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