Donald Trump is racing to win Iowa. the Republican primaries To choose the candidate for the upcoming US presidential elections, which they begin with Donald Trump A great advantage is seen in yeahThis is the state in which the long nomination race will begin tomorrow, January 15.
the reconnaissanceConducted among a sample of citizens intending to vote in local caucuses, it is produced for the Des Moines Register, NBC News, and Mediacom and is traditionally considered a reliable reference point a few hours before voting.
The former president will collect unanimously approved by 48% of local votersWhile the race for second place witnesses former Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley ahead of Florida Governor Ron DeSantis by 16% to 20%. In fourth place came biotechnology entrepreneur Vivek Ramaswamy with 8%.
Commenting on the results that will allow him to make history, Trump said: “We put our supporters in a position to win, and now they just have to come to the caucuses and finish the job.” In fact, no candidate has ever won Such a wide margin.
The former president arrived in Iowa for the final meetings before the vote Monday evening and used the opportunity to attack Vivek Ramaswamy, the Republican candidate known by many as the “Trump Millennial Generation.” “It's not MAGA, don't waste your votes,” said the former president, who expressed concern about the possibility of lower turnout at caucuses due to the arctic cold that could punish him.