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Trump Admits He’s ‘Really Not Thinking’ About Haley

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Donald Trump continues to dominate the Republican primaries against Nikki Haley, his sole remaining challenger.

After securing the largest vote in South Carolina’s history in their primary, Trump said he’s no longer focused on Haley and is instead aiming to defeat Joe Biden.

Trump said, “I was honored that I received the largest vote in the history of the state — I’m with Senator Lindsey Graham right now, and he just told me we received the largest vote by double — we beat the last record,”

He continued, “So that’s a great compliment to all of the people and to making America great again.”

While Haley vowed to stay in the race, Trump said he’s unsure if she’s really still running given his record victories in every state so far.

“I’m really thinking about we have to beat Joe Biden,” said Trump.

Trump said, “I don’t know if she’s in the race at all because, you know, I have set records in every single state. I’m not sure that she’s really in the race.”

“I’m very honored by the elections,” said Trump.

“We’re setting records in every single state,” said the former president.

Guest Vivek Ramaswamy on Jesse Watters’ show argued the Republican party is more united heading into the general election, saying Trump’s message of restoring law and order and economic growth could lead to a landslide similar to Reagan’s 1980 victory.

“Which party, the Republican or Democratic Party, is more united right now?” asked Fox News’ Jesse Watters’.

Ramaswamy said, “Undoubtedly, it is the Republican Party. Even beyond that, we have a country that is united even outside the traditional Republican Party. America first includes all Americans. I have traveled to inner cities. I was just in Michigan. From autoworkers to the inner city, people in rural communities to suburban, if you ever think Americans have their heads stuck in the sand.”

“If they don’t notice you have a southern border right now, that we have a way to wave of crime, that interest rates have gone up but wages remain flat. I think a lot of this left-wing media has themselves in a delusion to think that black Americans or Americans of any skin color haven’t noticed what has actually happened in their life right now,” continued Ramaswamy.

Ramaswamy said, “So I think we could be on track, Jesse, for a unifying landslide Reagan 1980, 1984-style election. If we make this as a party about what we actually stand for, restore the rule of law, seal the southern border, Mr. Merritt to economic growth in this country, success is unifying, and I think that is our message, and I think we are going to be very successful, and the Democrats are going to be licking their wounds if we stay on message.”

Polls show Trump now surpassing Biden in a hypothetical 2024 matchup, indicating growing momentum for the former president.

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