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Trump sees the coronation on Super Tuesday and Haley's future unknown

Trump sees the coronation on Super Tuesday and Haley's future unknown

Washington – he arrived Super Tuesday. Millions of Americans in 15 states and the territory of American Samoa went to cast their votes in the primary elections yesterday. All eyes were on the Republican vote: DonaldTrump card, Already the winner of 9 out of ten challenges against Nikki HHigh, Which only prevailed in Washington, DC. As of yesterday, her only rival had pledged to stay in the race until Super Tuesday to give anti-Trump voters the right to make their voices heard, without explaining what she would do next. Speaking to Fox News, he confirmed that he would never run as an independent, but again he did not want to promise that if he dropped out he would support Trump.

On the eve of the vote, opinion polls indicated that Trump would win the vast majority, if not all, of the challenges. Full list of 15 states: Alabama, Alaska, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Maine, Massachusetts, Minnesota, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia. And in Texas and California, where most of the delegates were at stake, Trump was ahead by 30 points Percentages on Haley.

It was mathematically impossible for Trump to reach the necessary 1,215 delegates to get the vote on Super Tuesday. Nominations A Republican is in the White House (she currently has 244 votes to Nikki Haley's 43), but her goal was Add 773 To move him one step away from the coronation, which could take place after the primaries on March 12 or 19.

Democratic primaries are clearer, with Joe Biden As the only real candidate. But the party — as it thinks about November — is carefully monitoring voter turnout as well as the success of “nonpartisan” initiatives: “nonpartisan” protest voting, similar to what happened in Michigan, has also been endorsed by Minnesota activists critical of the government. Biden's policy in Israel. Trump said, in an interview with Fox News about the war in Gaza yesterday, that Israel must “put an end to the problem,” but he did not give details of what he would do if re-elected. By short message, without bidding supportsinger Taylor Swift – Who supported Biden in 2020 and is considered, according to the Trump base, an “asset” for the Democrats – He called on his 282 million Instagram followers to vote.


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