Trump’s Wins Terrify Democrats

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

( – On Tuesday, former President Donald Trump managed to win the majority of Republican presidential nominating contests during Super Tuesday. This was in alignment with Newsmax’s prediction. 

Republican presidential candidate Nikki Haley on the other hand has been brushed aside as Trump is preparing to face off with Democratic President Joe Biden. 

On Tuesday, there were vote cases in 15 states and one U.S. territory. The polls were scheduled to be open throughout the evening waiting for midnight in Alaska. Trump was quickly noted to be winning in Virginia, Texas, Tennessee, Oklahoma, North Carolina, Maine, Minnesota, Massachusetts, Colorado, California, Alabama, and Arkansas while his main opponent in the race, Haley managed to win Vermont, as was expected. The rest of the races have not yet been called. 

In both parties, the economy and immigration have been leading the concerns for voters in the two parties according to the Edison exit polls. The majority of GOP voters in those states have also expressed support for the deportation of illegal immigrants. Trump has frequently slammed migrants and has previously promised that if he wins back the White House he is going to participate in the biggest deportation effort in the country’s history. 

Katherine Meredith, 65, in Huntington Beach California voted for Trump even though the state has a strong Democratic-leaning. In her statement, she argued that the border was a “complete catastrophe.” 

Biden was also expected to easily win the Democratic contests, despite the activists who have been pushing against his support of Israel and have been calling for progressives and Muslim Americans to vote “uncommitted” in Minnesota similarly to how they had done in Michigan. 

Edison also projected that Biden would easily win in Iowa, Tennessee, Oklahoma, Virginia, Arkansas, North Carolina, and Texas. 

Trump has managed to continue being the frontrunner in the GOP primary races despite the several criminal cases that have been filed against him. Still, those have not managed to stop him from winning all but two of the Republican primary candidate contests.

Copyright 2024,