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Trump Leads GOP, Haley Overtakes DeSantis For Second

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Former President Donald Trump is leading the Republican primary race with 59% support among GOP voters, according to a Wall Street Journal survey.

Former South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley has overtaken Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis for second place, with 15% and 14% support, respectively.

Other candidates received lower support, with 6% remaining undecided. (Trending: Here Are The Most Disturbing Ways Hunter Biden Spent His Millions)

Several candidates dropped out this week, but Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson remains, hoping to take advantage of a situation where Trump is not able to run.

Hutchinson, an Anti-Trump Republican that is currently recording zero percent support said, “By then you’re going to have a dramatic change, in my judgment, in the politics of the presidential race.”

“You’re going to have some that are up now that will be down,” predicted Hutchinson.

“Trump will be halfway through his trials. And so I expect dramatic changes,” he added.

The survey indicates that Trump maintains a strong lead in the GOP primary, while Haley and DeSantis are vying for the second position.

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