Mainstream Media Regretting A Trump-Biden Rematch

Gage Skidmore from Peoria, AZ, United States of America, CC BY-SA 2.0 , via Wikimedia Commons

( – Super Tuesday largely went as expected even though the majority of voters stated that they would like to see the country take a different direction. 

President Joe Biden remained on the path to winning the nomination of the Democratic party in the presidential race, much like former President Donald Trump continues to be the front-runner of the presidential race for the GOP. Trump is currently handling 91 criminal charges; however, despite these, he is still strongly moving towards winning a third Republican nomination. 

Many Democrats had shown an overall lack of enthusiasm for Biden’s possible nomination and ended up voting “uncommitted” on the ballot. Trump managed to win in the Republican primaries against former South Carolina governor Nikki Haley who was the last remaining major candidate against him. 

On Tuesday night, Haley lost the majority of the races, only winning one more race out of the 16 races on that day. Her recent victory comes after last week’s victory in the Washington, D.C., primary. Haley did not even manage to gain more support in states like Virginia where there is a large number of college-educated rich suburban voters. 

Still, this did not mean that her campaign has not had its impact, especially as she has repeatedly pulled forward the claim that Trump could not win a general election, in part because he would not be able to win the support of the Republican voters that had backed her up. She has also slammed Trump over the legal cases against him pointing out that he had to make an $83 million payment for defamation to a woman who had sued him for sexual assault. 

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