Hold onto your seats, folks, because the Nevada Republican Caucuses just witnessed an electrifying victory by none other than Former President Donald Trump! It was an absolute landslide as he surged ahead with unwavering momentum towards clinching that coveted Republican presidential nomination.
Donald Trump Wins the Nevada GOP Caucuses in a Blowout Fashion https://t.co/axgbbxTQEE
— Ben Owen🇺🇸 (@hrkbenowen) February 9, 2024
Trump faced off against Pastor Ryan Binkley, who failed to even secure a delegate in the previous Iowa caucuses and New Hampshire primary. Well, the results rolled in, and Trump captured an astounding 96.4 percent of the vote, leaving poor Binkley with a mere 3.6 percent. It's reminiscent of the classic David versus Goliath tale, except this time, Goliath emerges as an absolute legend.
Now, let's talk about former Governor Nikki Haley (R-SC). She stood as the sole other significant candidate, but did she grace the state's caucus ballot with her presence? Absolutely not! Instead, she charted her own course in the state-run primary on Tuesday, and let's just say it wasn't a pretty sight. She garnered a mere 30.8 percent of the vote, falling short to the option "None of these candidates," which swept up a whopping 62.9 percent.
Former Vice President Mike Pence and Senator Tim Scott (R-SC) lingered on the ballot, despite having bowed out of the race. And adding salt to the wound, former Governors Ron DeSantis (R-FL) and Doug Burgum (R-ND), along with entrepreneur Vivek Ramaswamy and former Governor Chris Christie (R-NJ), initially made the cut for the caucus ballot but were promptly removed after suspending their campaigns.
In a jaw-dropping moment, Trump soared to Nevada and also conquered the Virgin Islands Republican Caucuses on the same night. He wasted no time taking to Truth Social to announce his triumph, reveling in his victory with an impressive nearly 75% of the vote and securing all the delegates.