Donald Trump Secures Republican Nomination Victory in South Carolina

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Kathmandu, Feb 25: Former President Donald Trump has clinched a crucial victory in securing the Republican Party’s nomination for the upcoming United States presidential election later this year.

According to reports from American media outlets, Trump emerged victorious over his final opponent, Nikki Haley, in the primary election of the Republican Party in South Carolina. Haley, who previously served as the governor of South Carolina, graciously congratulated Trump on his win and pledged to continue her election campaign.

Exit polls compiled by BBC affiliate CBS News in the US revealed that Trump garnered more votes across various demographics compared to Haley. This victory marks Trump’s fourth consecutive win and underscores his strong support base within the Republican Party’s stronghold areas.

With this triumph, it appears increasingly likely that the presidential election in November will once again see a showdown between Donald Trump and the incumbent President Joe Biden.

In response to his victory, Trump addressed his supporters, expressing gratitude for their unwavering support. He asserted his readiness to face Joe Biden in the upcoming election, echoing his famous catchphrase, “Joe, you’re fired.”

Looking ahead, Trump acknowledged the upcoming primary elections and Super Tuesday, where 16 states will simultaneously vote to select the Republican presidential nominee. He emphasized the need to stay focused and committed to the campaign.

Meanwhile, Nikki Haley, although defeated, remained resolute in her determination to continue the fight for the nomination. She affirmed her dedication to the campaign, stating plans to head to Michigan and then prepare for Super Tuesday.

While Haley’s defeat in South Carolina was anticipated, her performance in the primary will be crucial for assessing her future prospects. Despite the loss, Haley aims to demonstrate growth in her support base, particularly after narrowing the gap in previous primaries.

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