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Trump narrowly denied clean sweep of Iowa’s 99 counties by a single vote

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In the Republican caucuses, former President Donald Trump won 98 out of 99 Iowa counties, with the exception of Johnson County where Nikki Haley led by one vote.

Haley finished third statewide behind Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, who outperformed some polling expectations.

Haley claimed her third-place finish indicated momentum for her campaign. (Trending: Bombshell J6 Footage Raises Questions About Pelosi’s Team)

Haley said, “When you look at how well we’re doing in New Hampshire, in South Carolina and beyond, I can safely say tonight Iowa made this Republican primary a two-person race.”

DeSantis also expressed confidence and gratitude for the support, despite facing opposition.

“Because of your support, in spite of all of what they threw at us, we got our ticket punched out of Iowa,” said DeSantis.

“They threw everything at Ron DeSantis,” said a senior DeSantis campaign official.

“They couldn’t kill him. He is not only still standing, but he’s now earned his ticket out of Iowa. This is going to be a long battle ahead, but that is what this campaign is built for. The stakes are too high for this nation and we will not back down,” the official continued.

Trump currently holds significant leads in the polls in both New Hampshire and South Carolina.

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