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AP Calls New Hampshire 27 Minutes Faster for Trump than in Iowa

via Forbes Breaking News
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The Associated Press called the New Hampshire primary for former President Donald Trump just four minutes after the polls closed, 27 minutes faster than it called the Iowa caucuses.

This accelerated timing suggests the media’s acknowledgment of Trump’s dominance in the Republican primary process.

The quick call indicates Trump’s position as the de facto Republican nominee, prompting discussions about the need for unity and the potential impact of candidates like Nikki Haley on the race.

“Nikki Haley said she’s running to stop the re-election of Harris-Biden,” Make America Great Again Inc. CEO Taylor Budowich said.

“Yet, without a viable path to victory, every day she stays in this race is another day she delivers to the Harris-Biden campaign.”

“It’s time for unity, it’s time to take the fight to the Democrats, and for Nikki Haley: it’s time to drop out,” Budowich said.

Concerns have been raised regarding the allocation of resources in light of ongoing competition against Trump.

Republican presidential contenders spent over $167 million in attempts to defeat Trump in New Hampshire and Iowa, with future plans for additional spending in primaries.

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