Businessman Donald Trump got back to form with a commanding win in the US Republican Presidential candidates race in New Hampshire.
Trump’s campaign hit a roadblock last week, when he unexpectedly lost the Iowa caucuses to Texas Senator Ted Cruz– but he hit right back with a big win in the New Hampshire primary held Tuesday night, picking up 35% of the vote and outstripping his nearest competitor, Ohio Governor John Kasich, who picked up 16%- by 19% points.
Donald J. Trump has been leading the polls for US Republican Presidential candidate for months now, yet at the first real vote, the real estate mogul fell at the wayside, coming second to Texas Senator Ted Cruz.
Cruz polled 28% to Trump’s 24% at the Iowa Republican caucuses, with Florida senator Marco Rubio finishing third, getting 23% of votes.
This one was inevitable. Jeb Bush yesterday made the formal announcement to join what is a crowded race for the Republican nomination for the 2016 United States Presidential elections. A former governor of Florida, Jeb is the younger brother of former president George W. Bush, and the son of another former president George H.W Bush. … Read more