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Haley Loses Again! Trump Awarded Remaining Michigan Delegates After Blowout Primary Victory

What on Earth is Nikki Haley thinking?

After several devastating losses in the GOP primaries, still no word on how she thinks she can turn her campaign around.

The beating she received at the polls on Tuesday should be a clear indicator that she doesn’t have a prayer of winning the nomination for president.

NBC News previously reported on the Michigan primary results:

Trump won overwhelming majorities in each of the state’s 13 congressional districts — collecting 100% of the vote in four and more than 90% in nearly all of the others, according to unofficial numbers party officers reported in real time.

The victory positions Trump to claim all 39 delegates that will be awarded based on convention results. Trump also is expected to earn most of the 16 delegates that will be awarded based on the results of Tuesday’s primary, in which he decisively beat former United Nations Ambassador Nikki Haley.

How long until this resounding defeat gets spun into a good thing by Haley’s campaign team?

Despite getting nailed with another embarrassing loss, there is no word as of yet about dropping out of the race from the Haley campaign.

Many are curious about what exactly her angle is, because it’s becoming glaringly apparent she is not going to be nominated for president through voting.

Others wonder where her priorities are at.

Whatever the case may be, one thing is undeniable.

People do not want Nikki Haley as the GOP nominee for president.

Our friends at Fox News have more on Trump receiving the remaining Michigan delegates:

Former President Trump will win more delegates from Saturday’s Michigan Republican caucuses, after decisively winning the state’s primary earlier in the week.

Republicans gathered in Grand Rapids, Michigan on Saturday to hold a convention that eventually allocated the remaining 39 of the state’s 55 presidential delegates to Trump.

Trump was victorious in the Michigan primary earlier this week, beating Haley by 41 points and earning 12 delegates compared to Haley’s 4.


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