Trump wins in Iowa by incredible margin as Ramaswamy QUITS after defeat

Last night, Donald Trump easily won the Republican party’s Iowa caucuses; US media sites predicted he received over 50% of the vote.

As he looks to win back the White House, the outcome is the first step in a process that will probably see the former president officially recognised as the Republican nominee for the November election.

According to projections from the Edison Research Projection, Trump is expected to secure at least 20 delegates from Iowa, while Ron Desantis is predicted to win eight, Nikki Haley sevent, and Vivek Ramaswamy three.

There are still two delegates to be assigned, but businessman Vivek Ramaswamy has left the presidential campaign after an underwhelming showing in the Iowa caucuses.

He added that he had spoken to Trump and now plans to endorse him.

Ramaswamy told supporters on Monday: “There is no path for me to be the next president absent things that we don’t want to see happen in this country.

“Now, going forward, he will have my full endorsement for the presidency. And I think we’re going to do the right thing for this country,” he said.

“And so I’m going to ask you, to follow me in taking our America First movement to the next level.”

A big win for Trump would also back his claim that he is the only candidate able to mount a serious challenge to President Biden.

Posting on social media, Joe Biden said that his predecessor is “the clear front runner on the other side.”

With almost 61% of the vote, Trump is winning the combined Republican primary polls across the country by more than 50 points.

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