Trump Takes New Hampshire Over Haley by 10%

Donald Trump won the Republican New Hampshire primary by at least 10% over 2nd place finisher Nikki Haley.

At the time of this writing, approximately 95% of the vote has been counted, with Trump receiving a total of 175,000 votes (54.3%) to Haley’s 139,000 votes (43.3%).

The only other candidate still in the race who received votes was Ryan Binkley, who received 292 votes, placing seventh. Although DeSantis, Christie, Ramaswamy, and Pence had all dropped out of the race, they came in 3rd, 4th, 5th, and 6th, respectively.

Trump posted a series of responses to the New Hampshire primary on his Truth Social account. Here are several of his posts:

“Wow! We are doing really well despite all of the Biden Votes going to Haley!!!”


“Haley said she had to WIN New Hampshire. SHE DIDN’T!!!”


Haley said the following, in part, after her 2nd place finish in a speech to her supporters,

“Now you’ve all heard the chatter, among the political class. They’re falling all over themselves saying, ‘This race is over.’ Well, I have news for all of them: New Hampshire is first in the nation, it is not the last in the nation. This race is far from over. There are dozens of states left to go. And the next one is my sweet state of South Carolina.”


Trump has now won Iowa and New Hampshire for the Republican presidential nomination contest.

The Nevada primary will take place on February 6th, of which Haley is not listed as a candidate. The Nevada caucus will then take place on February 8th, along with the Virgin Islands caucus.

After those contests, the race goes to South Carolina, where Haley used to be governor, but currently trails in public polling.

According to an Emerson College poll that came out several weeks ago, prior to other candidates dropping out, Trump was leading in South Carolina with 54.4% with Haley in 2nd place at 25.1%.

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