TRUMP CALLS FOR UNITY IN FIRST REMARKS SINCE REPORTED CAUCUS WIN
Donald Trump was ecstatic about a big win that was expected in the Hawkeye State on Monday night. It was his first big win in his campaign to take back the White House in 2024.
The president took the stage in Des Moines, Iowa, late Monday night after many news outlets strongly predicted that he would win the first GOP primary election in the country, which had been expected for months.
“I want to thank everybody – this has been some period, and most importantly we want to thank the great people of Iowa,” he said.
The president strongly called for unity nationwide in the wake of the projected win, explaining, “This is time for everybody, our country, to come together…we want to come together….It would be so nice if we could come together and straighten out the world and straighten out the problems.”
He said that this unity was “going to happen very soon.”
President Donald Trump also facetiously congratulated Gov. Ron DeSantis, R-Fla., and former U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley “for having a great time together” and noted that despite their loss in the state, “they both did very well.”
Via RSBN, with 41.9 percent of precincts reporting, Trump was holding 52.7 percent of support, with that data coming from Decision Desk.