Trump Secures Win in Iowa Caucus with Aim to Rematch with Democrat’s Biden

On Monday, the first 2024 Republican US presidential contest in Iowa, also known as Iowa caucus, demonstrated a decisive outcome for Donald Trump after he secured a victory for his aim to a third consecutive nomination and a rematch with President Joe Biden.

Alex Pfeiffer, a spokesperson for the main super political action committee supporting Trump, stated that Iowa had shown its demand to send Donald Trump to be the next Republican nominee for President.

The overwhelming victory in Iowa affirmed the expectation for Donald Trump to be nominated as he largely took the lead in national polls despite his four criminal indictments.

Meanwhile, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis and former U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley were competing for the second place as they wanted to show confidence to donors and supporters that their challenges to Trump remain viable.

Trump won the Iowa Caucus with over 75% of the vote. Meanwhile, Ron DeSantis came in second with only 12% of the vote and Nikki Haley was third with 7%.