The first votes in the GOP presidential nominating contest are in.
Republican caucus-goers sent one major message.
And Donald Trump scored this record victory and no one predicted what happened next.
The polls were right and Donald Trump’s support within the Republican Party is stronger than ever.
Trump smashed records, recording the highest number of votes, highest vote percentage and biggest margin of victory ever when he routed his Republican rivals in the Iowa Republican caucus.
The 45th president won 51 percent of the vote and racked up 56,260 votes as Florida Governor Ron DeSantis finished a distant second with 21 percent of the vote.
Trump also won all 99 counties in Iowa as part of a dominating performance that left no doubt Trump is the all-but-crowned GOP nominee.
RINO former South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley’s scheme to lure in enough Democrats to pull out a surprise second-place finish flopped as Haley finished with a disappointing 19 percent of the vote.
But it was what happened after the networks all called the contest for Trump that made the biggest headlines.
Donald Trump’s victory speech set the tone for a general election.
Trump shot to debunk the lies and hoaxes being spread by Democrats and the media by delivering a magnanimous and gracious speech devoid of any of the nicknames or sidebars that define Trump’s political style.
In 2020, Joe Biden promised to unite the country by running a race for the soul of the nation.
Instead, Biden divided the country even more by opening the borders, causing soaring inflation, and weaponizing the government to imprison his political opponents.
After congratulating his opponents on running a good race Trump made it clear he believes this primary race is over and it’s time to turn attention to the November election.
Trump told Americans that it was long past time that the country came together, and he planned to make that happen by correcting Biden’s failures in both foreign and domestic policy.
“It would be so nice if we could come together and straighten out the world and straighten out the problems and straighten out all of the death and destruction that we’re witnessing, that’s practically never been like this,” Trump stated.
“It’s just so important. And I want to make that a very big part of our message,” Trump added. “We’re going to come together. It’s going to happen soon too.”
Polls show Donald Trump’s message of asking Americans to compare the horror show they live under during Joe Biden’s time in office to the state of the economy and global affairs under Trump is a winning message.
If the election is a referendum on Joe Biden, Democrats can’t win.
Trump’s victory speech following the Iowa caucus shows that is exactly where Trump intends to keep this election focused.
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