Ms. Haley won her first victory over Mr. Trump 0Ms. Haley won her first victory over Mr. Trump 0

(Dan Tri) – Ms. Nikki Haley is expected to win her first victory over Mr. Donald Trump in the Republican presidential primary race in Washington, D.C.

Republican presidential candidate and former United Nations Ambassador Nikki Haley speaks at a campaign event in Portland, Maine, on March 3 (Photo: AFP).

Specifically, Ms. Haley won 62.9% of the votes, compared to 33.2% for the former president, Reuters reported, based on results from Edison Research – a company specializing in providing US election data.

However, Reuters assessed that this was only a symbolic victory for Ms. Haley, Mr. Trump’s only remaining challenger in the race for the Republican presidential nomination.

Ms. Haley still faces many almost insurmountable difficulties in the race.

Polls show the former President is expected to win most future primaries.

Republican voter composition in Washington, D.C.

100% of US capitals are urban areas with a relatively high proportion of residents with university degrees.

Washington D.C.

It is also one of the areas with the highest number of Democratic voters in the entire United States and only has about 23,000 registered Republicans.

With her victory, Ms. Haley will win 19 Republican delegates, a small portion of the 1,215 delegates needed to win the final nomination.

Ms. Haley’s victory could help dispel criticism that the former US Ambassador to the United Nations could not win even a single primary election.

At the same time, some Republicans will argue that Haley’s high level of support in Washington, D.C.

This is not the first time Republicans in the US capital have turned their backs on Mr. Trump.

On March 5, 15 states and one US territory will simultaneously hold votes for the presidential nomination.

According to the Washington Post, despite the initial defeat, Ms. Haley affirmed that she will continue to not give up, at least through Super Tuesday, because she believes that voters deserve an alternative other than Mr. Trump.

Washington D.C. Democratic primary election.

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