Trump landslide In Iowa
Trump Takes Center Stage at Iowa Victory Party Following Caucus Landslide Win
Donald Trump achieved a significant victory in the 2024 Iowa caucuses, securing a substantial lead over his closest rivals, Ron DeSantis and Nikki Haley. This win has solidified Trump’s position at the forefront of the Republican Party’s presidential nomination race.
The early results indicated Trump’s overwhelming lead, with him gaining 51% of the votes. DeSantis followed with approximately 21.3%, while Haley garnered around 19%.
MADDOW MELTDOWN: MSNBC Cranks LOSE IT After Trump’s Landslide Victory
The MSNBC crew of cranks suffered a collective meltdown tonight after President Trump won the Iowa Republican Caucus in a landslide.
Democrats did not hold a caucus this year in Iowa because they really don’t care and they think Iowans are too white – therefore bad.
Iowa, where voter fraud is not yet a serious issue like it is in neighboring states, have voted twice for President Trump for president.
The MSNBC crew led by Rachel Maddow fear “fascism” in America. Again — this is all while they attempt to jail President Trump for 700 years and steal his business.
China on Iowa: ‘The World Should Prepare’ for Return of Trump
The Chinese state-run newspaper Global Times urged the world on Monday, shortly before the beginning of the Iowa primary caucuses, to “prepare for the possibility of Donald Trump being re-elected as president.”
Trump, who served as president from 2016 to 2020 and maintained an aggressive anti-communist foreign policy, decisively won the Iowa caucuses hours later by the largest margin in the history of the Republican contest. As a candidate running against incumbent leftist President Joe Biden, Trump has prioritized challenging the Chinese Communist Party’s espionage efforts in America and seeking redress for the Party’s role in causing the Wuhan coronavirus pandemic.
Blowout in the Hawkeye State: Donald Trump Wins Iowa Caucuses in Landslide
Former President Donald Trump cruised to victory in the Iowa caucuses Monday, serving as a likely harbinger of what is to come in subsequent nominating contests.
CNN and the Associated Press called the caucuses for Trump just 30 minutes into the nominating process, with less than one percent of the vote reporting. The 45th president had garnered 64.5 percent of the vote, with one percent reporting as of 8:42 p.m., according to the New York Times’ election results. He was beating his nearest opponent, Gov. Ron DeSantis (R-FL), by roughly 40 percentage points.Share on Facebook Tweet about this