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Trump Celebrates After Crushing Haley in New Hampshire: ‘She Did Very Poorly’

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Donald Trump decisively won the New Hampshire primary, defeating Nikki Haley, who expressed optimism despite the Associated Press calling the race for Trump within three minutes of polls closing.

Trump gloated about Haley’s performance and mocked New Hampshire Governor Chris Sununu, who endorsed her.

Haley acknowledged Trump’s victory but emphasized that the race is far from over, despite facing challenges in upcoming states.

“She’s doing, like, a speech like she won. She didn’t win. She lost,” Trump said.

“She did very poorly, actually,” Trump said, adding, “The governor said she’s going to win, she’s going to win, she’s going to win. Then she failed badly.”

“Ron beat her also,” Trump said, referring DeSantis’ defeat of Haley in Iowa. “Remember, Ron came in second, and he left.”

Haley relied heavily on Independents and Democrats in New Hampshire, but future Republican caucuses and primaries may not favor her.

“He earned it, and I want to acknowledge that,” Haley said of Trump.

“New Hampshire is first in the nation, it is not the last in the nation. This race is far from over. There are dozens of states left to go.”

Trump was joined by former rivals Vivek Ramaswamy and Tim Scott, who endorsed him after dropping out, indicating growing support for Trump.

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