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Trump Pushes Supporters For A Definitive Win In Iowa Caucuses As DeSantis And Haley Aim To Dent His Dominance

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In the 2024 Iowa contest, Donald Trump faces a challenge from Ron DeSantis and Nikki Haley, who are working to prevent a definitive win for Trump.

Trump, despite a commanding lead, urged supporters not to underestimate the importance of their votes.

The stakes are high for DeSantis and Haley, who aim to extend the Republican primary race beyond January 15, potentially raising questions about Trump’s electability. (Trending: Epstein’s Brother Finally Breaks His Silence)

“Forget polls that show we’re 35 points up,” Trump said.

“Pretend we’re one point down.”

“I think his only danger is that people think that he might not need their vote and that’s not true,” Iowa attorney general Brenna Bird said.

“The caucuses are all about the ground game. The only thing that matters is who shows up and votes on caucus night.”

DeSantis is managing expectations for his performance while Haley is scrambling to build a turnout operation.

“What you’re able to do in Iowa is going to reverberate all across this country,” DeSantis said.

“I don’t think Donald Trump ultimately can win an election.”

“This guy is well organized for an Iowa caucus,” Bob Vander Plaats said.

“I believe DeSantis could shock the nation.”

“I can’t wait to tell you guys I told so,” Nikki Haley said.

“You are so focused on writing an obituary and I’m telling you the American people decide this.”

Trump’s campaign has shifted focus to attacking Haley, with both his campaign and a pro-Trump super PAC ramping up ad spending targeting her.

“Nikki would sell you out just like she sold me out,” Trump said.

“He’s pulling a Biden and he’s not getting on stage to the debate because he doesn’t want us to ask him the questions,” Haley said.

“Most of the other candidates in this race are all trying to look into people’s eyes and figure out what they want to hear. I’m looking into people’s eyes and knowing that the truth is ultimately what they need to hear and what they deserve to hear,” Chris Christie said.

“You’re never going to be able to do a vote that is going to be more impactful than in this,” DeSantis said.

“I’m confident with the organization we put together, the enthusiasm that we have on the ground, that this is something that gives us a great opportunity to change the trajectory of this country,” he added.

“I think DeSantis is very respectful to people,” Jack Sweeney said.

“I don’t think Donald Trump is respectful to people. Name-calling doesn’t go good with us, and religion is very important to us too.”

“More level-headed,” Bonnie Sweeney added. “He accomplishes a lot of good things.”

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