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Haley slams both Biden and Trump as divisive: One “calls his fellow Americans fascists,” the other calls them “vermin.”
Nikki Haley frames her South Carolina primary finish as a warning sign for Trump: “40% is not some tiny group.”
Haley vows to continue campaign despite losing home state’s primary: “I don’t believe Donald Trump can beat Joe Biden.”
South Carolina Republican Party chair loudly booed at Trump’s victory party: “We have a highly opinionated crowd.”
Lindsey Graham takes stage to loud boos at Trump SC primary victory party. Some shouts of “traitor” are also audible.
Donald Trump, after winning GOP South Carolina primary: “On November 5th … we’re going to say, ‘Joe, you’re fired!’”
CNN instantly calls the SC GOP primary for Trump — indicating he’ll have a likely wide margin of victory over Haley.
Trump ahead of South Carolina's GOP presidential primary: “A vote for Nikki Haley tomorrow is a vote for Joe Biden.”