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Trump Calls for Unity After Historic Iowa Victory

via Guardian News
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Donald Trump achieved a significant victory in the Iowa Caucuses, with the Associated Press declaring his win only 31 minutes after the caucus began.

In his victory speech, Trump called for unity across political divides and expressed a desire to address the nation’s challenges.

He also acknowledged Ron DeSantis and Nikki Haley, who were competing for second place.

“I really think this is time now for everybody — our country — to come together,” Trump said in his victory speech. “We want to come together.

“Whether it’s Republican or Democrat or liberal or conservative, it would be so nice if we could come together and straighten out the world and straighten out the problems and straighten out all of the death and destruction that we’re witnessing.”

“I want to congratulate Ron and Nikki for having a good a good time together,” Trump said. “We’re all having a good time together. And I think they both actually did very well. I really do. I think they both did very well. We don’t even know the outcome of second place.”

“We have so many senators. If I go through every name, we’ll be here all night and everybody’s gonna get angry at me,” Trump said. “But the senators, the congressmen from Washington, they came down from all different states. I want to thank you very much.”

Trump criticized the lack of unity in Congress and thanked the Republican senators who endorsed him.

He emphasized the importance of Republicans uniting around his candidacy, highlighting the nation’s current state and the need for coming together.

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