President Trump’s Winning Streak Continues After Missouri Caucuses, Sweeps Michigan and Wins Idaho Primary with 84% of the Vote

by J Pelkey
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President Trump secured a decisive victory in the Missouri caucuses on Saturday and continued his winning streak by sweeping Michigan.

In the Michigan Republican presidential primary on Tuesday, Trump collected 16 out of the state’s 55 delegates.

The remaining 39 delegates in Michigan were determined on Saturday, with Trump winning a total of 36 out of 39, leaving three yet to be allocated.

Idaho voters also participated in the caucus on Saturday, with Trump winning the 2024 Republican primary with over 84% of the vote.

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Trump has swept seven states to date: Iowa, New Hampshire, Nevada, Michigan, Missouri, South Carolina, and Idaho.

Meanwhile, despite suffering a humiliating defeat in her home state of South Carolina, RINO Nikki Haley is stubbornly refusing to drop out of the race.

Haley held a lackluster rally in Raleigh, North Carolina on Saturday.


On Saturday, Trump held an enormous rally in Greensboro, North Carolina.


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