(VitalNews.org) – Trump has been seen everywhere from press conferences to courtrooms, and in the news for recent events including his presidential run in the 2024 race. Despite Trump’s lawsuits and current courtroom hearings, he’s still pushing forward with his campaign.
Recently, Iowa voted and Trump won the state’s caucuses, which put him as the frontrunner in the 2024 presidential election race. Trump beat our Nikki Haley and Ron DeSantis on Monday, which puts Trump just one step closer to running for another nomination for the presidency.
The Iowa voting started and Trump won 20 of 40 delegates, DeSantis took eight votes and Haley received seven votes. Vivek Ramaswamy, the Biotech startup founder, stated that he was stepping out of the race, after only receiving two votes, and would endorse Trump instead.
Trump is still facing multiple charges and allegations as he runs for this election. He is expected to be in court in New York on Tuesday. A New York jury will decide if a writer he had already paid $5 million to for defamation and sexual assault will receive further payment for damages.
Despite the legal charges that Trump is facing, Republicans haven’t stepped down from supporting Trump in his election.
The Iowa state caucus has been the precursor to how other states may vote, including South Carolina, New Hampshire, and Nevada. Many Republican voters in Iowa said that Trump would address their concerns about the economy and the migrant arrivals.
One 32-year-old Trump supporter, David Brunell, said, “We need something different than what we’re doing now. It’s not working. I was making more money than I ever have, and now I’m broker than I’ve ever been. That says a lot about where the economy is at.”
Trump has a good chance that many of the states will back him as the election approaches, especially thanks to Iowa voting him in as the frontrunner. It’s becoming a trend as Trump continues to go against US Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley and Florida Governor Ron DeSantis.
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