5 Takeaways from Trump’s March 2 Triumphs – EVOL

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich.—Republicans across America are picking former President Donald Trump to lead them.

March 2 marked another series of electoral wins for President Trump in his quest to secure the 2024 Republican presidential nomination. Some dramatically illustrated just how popular he is with both the base and with Republican caucus-goers, people at the junction between the grassroots and the establishment.

He triumphed in Missouri, Michigan, and Idaho, capturing all the delegates at stake that day and setting the stage for more key races in the days to come on Super Tuesday.

As President Trump’s lead grows, former South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley is facing tougher delegate math than ever—though one ongoing contest could work out in her favor.

‘Show Me State’ Shows Trump Deep LoyaltyPresident Trump won Missouri’s Republican caucus, held in Clay County, with 100 percent of the vote in all 114 of the state’s counties.

The Associated Press called the race for President Trump at 12:40 p.m. ET with only 5 percent of the total having been counted.

That means all 51 bound delegates from the state to the Republican National Convention (RNC) will go to him.

More Articles“THANK YOU, MISSOURI,” President Trump posted on Truth Social.

“Missouri Republicans have spoken loud and clear today,



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