Ryan E.
January 28, 2024

Trump Furious Over Losing Iowa County By One Vote

Donald Trump experienced a MASSIVE victory in the Iowa caucuses over Nikki Haley and Ron DeSantis.

America's former president won EVERY county in Iowa.

Except one.

And in that one county, do you know what Haley's margin of victory was?


Trump collected 51% percent of the vote across the entire state but imagine how much more of a statement it would have made if he had been able to win literally every county in the state.

Maybe Haley would have even considered dropping out by now, which would allow the Republican Party to unite behind Trump and focus on the general election instead of having two Republicans sling mud at each other before Joe Biden even has to lift a finger.

As unthinkable of an idea as it is to have a man as old and confused as Biden be the Democratic nominee, that appears to be exactly where we're headed after the president absolutely dominated other Democrats in New Hampshire despite not even being on the ballot.

Trump apparently REALLY wanted to start with a dominating showing, because as a result of losing that one county to Haley by one vote, he's made some personnel changes.

The regional political director who oversaw operations in the county that Trump lost by one vote is no longer going to be working with the campaign.

She was not even given a seat on the campaign's private plane back to New York on caucus night.

In Johnson County, Nikki Haley received 1,271 votes, and Trump received 1,270.

That was apparently not good enough for Trump and his team to keep the person responsible for Johnson County around any longer.

Do you think that this one county is an indication that there could be cracks starting in Trump's armor, or was it just a blip on the radar in what will be a successful presidential run?

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