A Clean Sweep

Trump Dominates 3 Saturday Caucuses On Inevitable March To Nomination

Republican presidential candidate former President Donald Trump arives at a campaign rally Saturday, March 2, 2024, in Richmond, Va. (AP Photo/Steve Helber)

Donald Trump has comfortably cruised past rival Nikki Haley to win Republican caucuses in Idaho, Michigan and Missouri.

The networks called Idaho for the former president shortly after 7pm with 60 per cent of the vote counted when he was leading Nikki Haley by 85 points to 14.

The win notches up another 32 delegates for Trump ahead of the Republican’s national convention in July.

In Michigan, Trump trounced Haley in all 13 districts taking part in the nominating caucuses, securing 98 percent of support overall according to the GOP. It was the second part of the state’s nominating process.

The two contests add to an earlier win in Missouri, where the race was called at 11:40am, less than two hours after the gatherings began.

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