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The Republican South Carolina primary kicked off on Saturday with 50 delegates up for grabs.

President Trump crushed Nikki Haley in her home state in South Carolina’s presidential primary.

NBC projected Trump as the winner with 59% of the vote to Haley’s 40%.

 

NBC News reported:

House Speaker Mike Johnson (R-LA) is warning against election gimmicks by President Joe Biden as he ramps up his efforts to get reelected in November’s election. Taking a shot at the commander-in-chief in a statement on Thursday, Johnson made it clear that American voters “have lost faith” in Biden and “won’t be fooled by election year gimmicks that don’t actually secure the border.”

The mainstream media has lost all credibility in recent years, with its coverage of the pandemic and election leaving little doubt about who is running things and where they stand. There are lots of places to pin the blame for how it reached this state, but one big factor is former president Barack Obama.

Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis' cell phone records obtained by Donald Trump's legal team reportedly "prove that she lied under oath" about when her affair with Nathan Wade began. 

From TechnoFog, "New Cell Phone Records Prove DA Willis Affair":
 

Joe Biden was reportedly contemplating a position on the board of a partnership established by Hunter Biden and his associates, who have connections to the Chinese Communist Party, following his tenure as vice president.

According to testimony from a former business partner of Hunter Biden, given from prison, Joe Biden’s participation would offer “political access in the United States and globally.”

Some Democrats in Congress are mulling whether to vote against certifying the results of this year's presidential election should former President Donald Trump, the front-runner for the Republican nomination, prevail.

The U.S. Supreme Court is considering whether Colorado can keep Trump off its Republican presidential primary ballot because of Section 3 of the 14th Amendment, which disqualifies from office those who engage in insurrection against the Constitution after taking an oath to support it.

Arizona removed nearly 200 residents from its voter rolls after discovering they were foreign nationals, and therefore ineligible to vote, a new report revealed.

Former President Donald Trump believes that former South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley, who served in his administration as an ambassador to the United Nations, is only staying in the Republican primary to damage him.

He spoke to an audience ahead of the South Carolina primary and accused Haley of doing the Democrat Party’s bidding.

“Nikki Haley is relying on Democrats and liberals. You know, Democrats are financing her campaign?” the former president said to boos from the crowd.