Donald Trump won a landslide victory in Iowa in the presidential primary. Just over 100,000 people participated in the vote.
The former president (according to Tuesday morning's results) received more than 30,000 more votes than second-place finisher Ron DeSantis.
She is followed in the ranking by Nikki Haley, whom analysts expect to resign, although Haley has not shown any signs of doing so yet, and even congratulated President Trump, who previously tried to exclude her from the elections in a very inelegant manner. Vivek Ramaswamy, who missed the podium, was so moved by his fourth-place finish that he withdrew from his campaign and announced he would soon return to the race alongside Trump, writes BBC.
In Monday night's primaries, Donald Trump had every age group in Iowa on his side, from the youngest to the oldest. He convinced men and women that… Make America great again With his campaign text.
This victory can also be described as sweeping, because Trump has now succeeded in convincing white evangelical and conservative voters who did not vote for him in Iowa in 2016.
Trump completed his first term as president three years ago, and his campaign to challenge the 2020 election results culminated in the riot at the Capitol on January 6. Now, as the winner of the Iowa caucuses, he has taken the first major step toward becoming the Republican Party's presidential nominee in November's presidential election.