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Can Trump Be Stopped? Poll Shows Him Dominating GOP Primary

via Forbes Breaking News

In the upcoming Republican primary, former President Donald Trump is leading, with Ron DeSantis in second place.

The numbers show Trump is on track to win around 60 percent of the votes, leaving DeSantis at 12.6 percent.

Nikki Haley is currently in third place. (Trending: Olympic Gold Medalist Sentenced For Jan 6)

DeSantis’ campaign is facing internal strife, and his participation in a debate with California Governor Gavin Newsom has been mocked by Trump.

There are reports of discord between DeSantis’ campaign and its super PAC, and Trump has expressed dissatisfaction with DeSantis running against him for the 2024 nomination.

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