BREAKING: Trump trounces Haley in her home state South Carolina

Before Saturday, Trump led with 63 to Haley's 17 delegates.


Former President Donald Trump faced off against Nikki Haley in her home state in the South Carolina primary and was able to pull away with a win as soon as the polls closed. The New York Times called the race for Trump with 0% of the votes in.

As the primary got underway starting at 7 am on Saturday, voters started heading out for Trump. There were 50 delegates at stake in the race.

SC has an open primary system, meaning any voter that is registered in the state can vote. Despite some liberal voters' plans to sway the primary towards Haley.  

One clip posted online showed that a Democrat voter wanted to "cancel out one of the Donald Trump votes" in the primary by going with Haley.  

NBC News reported that a Nikki Haley super pac targeted South Carolina voters who did not vote for Biden in the Democratic primary.  

According to the 538 poll average as of Saturday during the primary, Trump led Haley with nearly thirty points with 61.6 to Haley's 34.  

Trump has won every other state so far in the Republican primary and South Carolina in the next in his list of primary wins. The next states up for the Republican primary is Michigan on Feb. 27, Idaho and Missouri on March 2, as well as a few others leading up to Super Tuesday on March 5. 

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