‘Rarely Has Politics Seen This’


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Former President Donald Trump responded to his resounding victories in “Super Tuesday” primaries around the country on Tuesday, elections that appear to have cemented his status as the presumptive 2024 GOP nominee.

In remarks to Fox News Digital, Trump said that it was a “great evening” and that it was his “honor to represent not just the Republican Party but our country in leading it back to health and prosperity.”

Trump won Virginia, North Carolina, Tennessee, Oklahoma, Texas, Massachusetts, Colorado, Maine, Alabama, Arkansas, and Minnesota by 9:45 p.m. ET Tuesday night, all of them handily over remaining challenger and his onetime UN ambassador, Nikki Haley, whose campaign was suspended by Wednesday morning.

“It is a great evening,” Trump told the outlet, adding: “Rarely has politics seen anything quite like this.”

“It is my honor to represent not just the Republican Party but our country in leading it back to health and prosperity,” he noted further.


Trump would also go on to win the California GOP primary, Fox News reported, while Haley won the primary in Vermont.

“President Trump dominated Super Tuesday in convincing fashion in ways that have never been done,” a Trump campaign spokesperson told Fox News after the race was called in Vermont. “There is no doubt—President Trump is the nominee, and he will go on to defeat Crooked Joe Biden.”

Fox added:

Trump’s major Super Tuesday primary victories come after he dominated the Iowa caucuses, left New Hampshire with a commanding victory, swept caucuses in Nevada and the U.S. Virgin Islands, won South Carolina with a “bigger win” than he anticipated, and won Michigan. 

Trump won GOP contests in Missouri, Idaho, and Michigan over the weekend, and North Dakota Monday.

In remarks at his Mar-a-Lago estate Tuesday evening, Trump lambasted Joe Biden as “the worst president in the history of our country.”

“There has never been anything like what’s happening to our country?” Trump asked, citing the chaotic illegal immigration and border security situation that Biden has made worse with his reversal of Trump’s strict enforcement policies.

Trump also said he’s focused on efforts to “unify this country and unify this party.”

“We have a great Republican Party with tremendous talent and we want to have unity and we’re going to have unity and going to happen very quickly,” Trump said. “I have been saying lately, success will bring unity to our country.”

He added: “Our country was coming together. Our country was coming together. And now we have a very divided country.”

Trump also proclaimed Nov. 5 as “the single most important day in the history of our country.”

“We’re going to take it and make it like it should be… right now, our country is known as a joke,” Trump said, before reflecting on his foreign policy while in office, while addressing that some have said his personality would “start wars.”

“No, my personality is going to keep us out of wars — and that’s what happened,” Trump said, referring to his presidency and how it impacted the world. “For 20 years, they were fighting ISIS. I defeated ISIS in four weeks. We got rid of ISIS 100%.”

Trump said there has “never been an administration that had more success in so many different elements.”

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“We got the largest tax cuts in history. We have the largest regulation cuts in history. We rebuilt our military,” Trump said, Fox News noted.

We are going to have the greatest economy ever in the history of our country. We’re going to top what we did. We are going to become an energy center of the world,” he said. “We’re going to pay off debt. We’re going to do things that nobody thought was possible.”

Trump noted further: “But we’re going to win this election because we have no choice. If we lose the election, we’re not going to have a country.”


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