Former US President Donald Trump won the Republican primary for the White House with 54.1% ahead of the former South Carolina governor. Nikki Haley (44.5%), with 50% of the votes counted. Trump currently has 87,025 votes compared to Haley's 71,609. This comes from official data from the media, which has already predicted the former president's victory.
Former South Carolina governor and former ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley wanted to congratulate former President Donald Trump on his planned victory in the New Hampshire primary, but she didn't consider her own campaign over. “New Hampshire is the first (primary) election in the country, but not the last,” he said in a speech shortly after the country's major networks declared his only rival in the race the winner. Haley began this speech by acknowledging her defeat: “I want to congratulate Donald Trump on his victory tonight. He deserves it and I recognize that.”
Trump, for his part, celebrated his victory with a “What a great victory” in front of his supporters, according to the American media.
The New Hampshire primary will distribute only 22 of the 2,429 delegates who will attend the Republican National Convention, which will nominate the candidate for the White House this summer. Right now, Trump has 11 delegates compared to Haley's 6, pending the allocation of the other 5 as the review progresses.