Trump Declared Winner Of New Hampshire Primary


    In the end, it wasn’t even close…

    Former President Donald Trump has been declared the winner of the New Hampshire primary.

    Former South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley celebrated a symbolic victory in New Hampshire early Tuesday morning. Haley won all six votes in Dixville Notch, which kicked off the first-in-the-nation primary vote just past midnight.

    The remaining voters headed to the polls later on Tuesday.

    The final tracking poll before Tuesday’s primary showed Trump with a 22-point lead over Haley — his largest yet.

    While addressing a crowd of supporters Trump tore into Haley after his win in New Hampshire.

    “I have to tell you — it was very interesting, because I said, ‘Wow what a great victory,’ but then somebody ran up to the stage all dressed up nicely when it was at 7, but now I just walked up, and it was at 14,” Trump said, mocking Haley for delivering remarks to supporters after the race was called in his favor.

    “Let’s not have somebody take a victory when she had a very bad night. She had a very bad night,” Trump said.

    Later, he added that he couldn’t let his former United Nations ambassador “get away with bullshit.”

    “But I felt I should do this, because I find in life, you can’t let people get away with bullshit,” he said. “You can’t. And when I watched her in the fancy dress … I said, ‘What’s she doing?’ We won. And she did the same thing last week.”



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