In a resounding triumph, Donald Trump leaves Nikki Haley in the dust as he clinches the Republican caucuses in Michigan and Missouri.

Michigan witnessed Trump’s dominance across all 13 districts, seizing a staggering 98 percent overall support in the nominating caucuses, a testament to his unwavering appeal among conservatives.

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The Missouri race was called with lightning speed at 11:40 am, mere hours after the gatherings commenced, further solidifying Trump’s lead in the GOP presidential nomination race.

These caucuses were part of a series of events on Saturday to allocate delegates, with Idaho hosting the third historic event.

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A stalwart in caucuses, the former president has been steadily amassing delegates, building on his successes in Iowa, New Hampshire, Nevada, the U.S. Virgin Islands, and South Carolina.

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Meanwhile, former U.N. Ambassador Haley remains fruitless in her quest for victory, as Democrats remain silent on the sidelines.

Michigan’s innovative hybrid nominating system saw Trump triumph in the primary earlier in the week, securing 12 of 16 delegates, followed by a clean sweep of the remaining 39 delegates at stake on Saturday.

Over in Missouri, voters congregated to assign 51 out of 54 Republican delegates, with eager citizens lining up outside a Columbia church, anticipating their role in shaping the future.

As Republican volunteers spearheaded the new system, a volunteer-driven initiative crafted in response to Governor Mike Parson’s 2022 law canceling the slated March 12 primary.

Despite bipartisan requests, the primary remains in limbo, leaving Dems to convene a party-run primary come March 23.

Super Tuesday looms large on the horizon, with 16 states and American Samoa poised for pivotal primaries, hinting at Trump’s imminent nomination lock.

At the Grand Rapids convention, Michigan Republicans commenced the allocation of 39 vital delegates amidst internal strife over party leadership.

Trump’s decisive victory in Michigan’s primary, securing an impressive 68 percent of the votes compared to Haley’s meager 27 percent, underscores his unwavering support.

Looking ahead, the GOP’s Sunday caucus in the District of Columbia promises to be an event of high stakes and fervor.

And then there’s Idaho, where things didn’t get any better for Nikki Haley.

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