Trump sweeps the Republican primaries of the ‘super Tuesday’, as planned

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The president of the United States, Donald Trump, has swept the Republican primary for his re-election in the race to the White House during the ‘super Tuesday’ held in 13 states, as planned, according to the first forecasts.

The tycoon has thanked the states of Vermont, North Carolina, Alabama, Oklahoma, Massachusetts, Tennessee, Texas, Colorado, Maine through Twitter for the overwhelming results achieved against the other candidate, Bill Weld, who has only achieved one delegate since the primaries began.

President Trump has won more than 95 percent of the votes in many of the states that have been contested on Tuesday, making 100 percent of the support in some like Maine or North Carolina.

In some, like the one in Virginia, the Republican Party has decided to cancel the primaries in the face of Trump’s more than foreseeable and clear victory, who has not had serious opposition competitors on his way to being in the White House for four more years.

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