Donald Trump Sweeps Idaho, Missouri and Michigan Contests, Seizes National Poll Lead over Biden

by John Solomon


Donald Trump swept the Missouri and Idaho Republican caucuses on Saturday and captured all 39 delegates at the Michigan GOP convention ahead of Super Tuesday as he marched toward a third straight presidential nomination.

As he easily dispatched of Nikki Haley and rolled up new delegates in three states, Trump stumped for votes in Virginia ahead of Tuesday’s 15-state primary bonanza.

With a firm grip on the nominating process, Trump set his sites on the fall election. “Republicans must WIN. We want a landslide that is TOO BIG TO RIG!” Trump wrote on his Truth Social platform as he swept all three of Saturday’s contests.

Polls showed the former president amassing a nationwide lead over President Joe Biden.


A New York Times and Sienna College poll released Saturday showed Trump leading Biden 48 percent to 43 percent. Perhaps more troubling for Democrats, 47 percent of Americans said they strongly disapprove of Biden’s performance as president.

The Associated Press called Trump the winner in Idaho and Missouri quickly after polls closed, repeating a trend that has occurred throughout all the early primaries.

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John Solomon is a reporter for Just The News.
Photo “Donald J. Trump” by Donald J. Trump.



Reprinted with permission from Just the News.

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