Donald Trump is dominating the Republican Presidential Primary and it’s not even close.
Nikki Haley has vowed to hang on through Super Tuesday when most delegates will be won.
And Donald Trump wasn’t on the ballot in Nevada, but Nikki Haley still managed to embarrass herself.
Haley tells America that she’s “not going anywhere”
Donald Trump has been the clear frontrunner in the Republican Presidential Primary for as long as anyone has been paying attention.
While the polls have suggested it for a long time, now the primaries are cementing an obvious victory for the former President.
In Iowa, Trump took the Caucus by a historical 30-point margin.
In New Hampshire, Trump raked in nearly 55 percent of the vote.
Haley is facing calls to drop out of the race, but she has a message for America.
“Just know, I’m not going anywhere. I’m in this for the long haul. And this is going to be messy,” she said.
But Nevada voters have now delivered another embarrassing defeat to Haley.
Haley lost Nevada to “None of These Candidates”
Nikki Haley came in a distant second in the Nevada Primary earlier this week.
Even though she was the only active candidate on the ballot, only 32 percent of voters turned out in support of her in the Silver State.
Over 60 percent of voters decided to vote for “None of These Candidates” on the ballot.
This was a major slap in the face to the candidate who claims to be the only one who can defeat President Biden in the fall.
But delegates in Nevada are assigned in the Caucus, not the Primary.
Haley opted out of the Caucus this year.
“If your goal is to win the Republican nomination for President, you go where the delegates are. And it baffles me that Nikki Haley chose not to participate,” Trump campaign official Chris LaCivita said.
Haley’s commitment to running against Trump is baffling.
But to ignore the only route to delegates in a state makes zero sense to anyone.
Haley faces another defeat heading into South Carolina
The Republican Primary is now down to just two candidates as they head into South Carolina.
On January 15, the former President was sitting at an incredible 63 percent of support in polls of Republican voters.
That number has increased to 75 percent with no signs of slowing down.
Conversely, Haley has the support of just 17 percent of likely Republican voters.
The former South Carolina Governor believes that she might turn it around after the Primary in her home state.
But the polls suggest otherwise.
In a recent poll by Monmouth University, nearly 60 percent of South Carolina voters said they plan to vote for Trump over Haley.
The question is not whether she will win in her home state, but whether or not she will continue her humiliating campaign after South Carolina.
Patriot Political will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.