Trump Responds After Super Tuesday Races

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( – Former President Donald Trump referred to Super Tuesday as a “great evening” following his victories in a number of primary races. He said that it was an honor to represent the GOP and the entire country and to help guide it back to “prosperity” and “health.” 

The Republican frontrunner was projected to win 11 races by 9:45 ET on Tuesday night, including in Alabama, Arkansas, Maine, Massachusetts, Colorado, Minnesota, Oklahoma, Virginia, Tennessee and North Carolina. 

Trump told Fox News Digital in an exclusive interview following the races it was a “great evening.” The races in those states were called while he was still waiting for the polls in several other states to close and for the results to be released. He claimed that it was very rare for something like this to be seen in the political space. 

Later in the evening, Trump also won California. However, he also lost Vermont to former South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley, who managed her second primary victory after first having won in Washington, D.C.

However, despite this loss, Trump’s campaign is pushing forward. A campaign spokesperson said that Trump dominated in the Super Tuesday primary races. The spokesperson also asserted that there was no doubt Trump would be the party’s nominee and that he would be able to defeat President Joe Biden in the general election. 

The Associated Press has also called the Utah and Alaska GOP primaries in Trump’s favor. Meanwhile, Biden sailed to victory in the Democratic primaries, prompting competitor Dean Phillips to drop out.

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