With the victory in the New Hampshire primary, Donald Trump advances toward the GOP candidacy.

MANCHESTER, New Hampshire – According to The Associated Press, former president Donald Trump has emerged victorious in the New Hampshire primary, putting him squarely on course to win the Republican nominee.

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After dominating the Iowa Caucuses last week, Donald Trump has officially won the national primary for the first time.

Following the withdrawal of other contenders, Donald Trump was confronted with a fierce challenge in New Hampshire from Nikki Haley, his former ambassador to the United Nations.

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The outcome deals a serious setback to Haley’s protracted quest to be the nominee of the Republican Party.

It seems like New Hampshire was a particularly good fit for him. Republicans will benefit from the fact that independent voters—referred to as “undeclared” in the state—can participate in the Republican primary. Haley and her fellow super PACs doubled pro-Donald Trump expenditure in the small state by spending over $31 million on television advertisements. The well-liked Republican governor of the state, Chris Sununu, supported him as well and put up a lot of effort in his campaign.

Haley emphasized to supporters on the final full day of the campaign that “Americans don’t do coronations.”

This outcome makes Donald Trump‘s coronation all but certain.

After winning, Donald Trump addressed his supporters, criticizing Haley and teasing a general election rematch with President Biden before the primaries.

The elections will provide the greatest success for us.We intend to revolutionize our nation.

Former opponents in the GOP race, such as businessman Vivek Ramaswamy and U.S. Senator Tim Scott of South Carolina, whom Haley first nominated to the position, attended her event on Tuesday. Donald Trump is also supported by Henry McMaster, the Republican governor of South Carolina who took over for Haley.

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