BREAKING: Trump Wins Iowa Caucus in First Election Contest of 2024

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Former President Donald Trump won the Iowa caucus on Monday night in the first election contest of 2024, confirming his role as the frontrunner in the battle for the Republican presidential nomination.

CBN’s chief political analyst David Brody reports, “A TRUMP TKO in Iowa: he improved his performance among evangelicals by +32 from 2016. He doubled his results among females from 2016 (24% to 48%). He’s stronger now than he’s ever been. The numbers out of Iowa across the board are absolutely eye-popping.”

At the time of publishing, it wasn’t clear yet which candidate won second place as Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis and former U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley battled for the coveted slot.

Haley has been moving up in the polls in recent days, overtaking DeSantis. The next contest is in New Hampshire where Haley appears poised to compete vigorously because the state’s independent voters are free to weigh in during the Jan. 23 primary. 

Then, the Republican primary shifts to Nevada and South Carolina over the coming weeks before moving into the rest of the country this spring.

Meanwhile, Trump is still facing a variety of legal battles. He was expected to fly to New York to appear in court Tuesday for a defamation case against him. 

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