Nikki Haley drops out of the race for the Republican nomination after Super Tuesday results

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That’s why Donald Trump becomes the only Republican candidate.

The former governor of South Carolina, Nikki Haley has decided to abandon the race for the Republican nomination after the victory of his rival, Donald Trump, on ‘Super Tuesday’. Therefore, Trump will be the Republican Party’s candidate in the US presidential elections on November 5.

Haley will hold a press conference to announce her decision in the city of Charleston (South Carolina) at 4 p.m. (Basque time).

During the Republican primaries ‘Super Tuesday’ Trump has won 14 of the 15 contesting states. Specifically, Haley has won only 43 of the Republican delegates, while Trump has won 764.

Haley, 52, has obtained so far there have been only two victories in the Republican primaries: in the District of Columbia, which includes Washington DC, and in Vermont, one of the fifteen states where primaries took place last Tuesday.

So things are, trump now faces the final part of the primary campaign and will be formally declared a candidate in the republican convention of July. In November, the former president will again compete at the ballot box with the current occupant of the White House, Joe Biden.

Source: EITB

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