Trump and Biden agree on one thing regarding the Republican primaries.

After Donald Trump’s New Hampshire primary was announced, Biden released a statement saying, “It is now clear that Donald Trump will be the Republican nominee.”
While former presidents Donald Trump and Joe Biden don’t agree on much, they both believe that a rematch in the race is inevitable following their dominant victories in New Hampshire’s first-in-the-nation primary.

With former U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley as his lone primary opponent, Trump won the Granite State by an 11-point margin on Tuesday night. Trump expressed his gratitude for the outcome and eagerness to take on the “worst president in our country’s history” in an exclusive interview with Fox News Digital.

Defying Rep. Dean Phillips, D-Minn., who began a longshot attempt to unseat the incumbent president by claiming Biden is too elderly and unpopular to win in November, Biden declared on Tuesday that the “stakes could not be higher” following his victory in the New Hampshire primary as a write-in candidate.

In a statement, Biden said, “It is now evident that Donald Trump will be the Republican nominee.” “And I want the nation to know that the stakes are higher than ever. Our democratic system. Our personal liberties, ranging from the right to choose to the right to vote. Since COVID, our economy has recovered at the fastest rate globally. Everything is on the line.”

Haley has pledged to stick with the race and take challenge Trump in her home state of South Carolina, and maybe even further, despite the fact that Biden and Trump may believe it is done.

“You’ve all heard the politicos talking among themselves. They’re tripping over each other declaring that the race is done. I have bad news for each and every one of them: New Hampshire leads the country. It is not the nation’s last. At her election night watch party in Manchester, New Hampshire, on Tuesday, Nikki Haley declared to her fans, “This race is far from over.”

Former South Carolina governor Haley isn’t going down without a fight. In advance of the primaries on February 24, she will make her first of several campaign trips in the Palmetto State on Wednesday when she travels to Charleston. The campaign made clear this week that it intends to challenge Trump for every delegate by announcing a fresh $4 million advertising campaign in the state.

In an interview with Fox News Digital’s Brooke Singman, Trump stated that Haley should halt her campaign immediately so he could start focusing on Biden in preparation for November’s general election.

The former president underlined, “She should because, otherwise, we have to keep wasting money instead of spending it on Biden.” “If she doesn’t drop out, we have to waste money instead of spending it on Biden, which is our focus.”

Eight days after dominating the field and securing a majority of the vote in Iowa’s low-turnout Republican presidential caucuses, Trump prevailed in New Hampshire. Furthermore, it happened two days after Florida Governor Ron DeSantis halted his campaign, reducing the field to Trump and Haley as the only contenders.

It was generally believed that Haley had the best chance of stopping Trump in New Hampshire, where independent voters, who comprise around 40% of the electorate and can vote in either major party’s contest, have a long history of influence in the state’s illustrious presidential primary.

However, Haley was unsuccessful, a point that Trump often emphasized in his victory address.

Haley “ran up to the stage all dressed up nicely” and gave “a speech like she won,” according to his account. She didn’t. She was defeated.”

“Let’s avoid having someone claim triumph after such a miserable evening for her. Trump remarked, “She had a very awful night.

A Haley campaign spokesman declined to comment, citing the candidate’s comments from Tuesday night and the most current public polling that projected Trump to win by up to 22 points.

The ruling class is incapable of learning. Haley’s communications director, Nachama Soloveichik, stated, “The same critics who said Nikki Haley couldn’t beat a 30-year incumbent state legislator or win the governor’s race in South Carolina are the same people declaring the presidential race over after only two states have voted.” “Nikki Haley won’t start now. She has never followed the establishment’s lead. Continue to underestimate us; it will be enjoyable.”

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