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Trump doesn’t mention Nikki Haley’s name ONCE after pummeling in her home state and says he wants the election held tomorrow so he can stop Biden ‘destroying’ the country

Donald Trump dismissed remaining top contender Nikki Haley when he didn’t mention her once during his victory speech just seconds after the South Carolina primary closed on Saturday.

The former president didn’t waste any breath during his brief 20-minute speech at the South Carolina State Fairgrounds after decimating Haley in her home state during Saturday’s primaries.

Instead, he turned his attention to the November general election, telling voters he wished it would happen tomorrow.

Trump said November 5, 2024 will be the “most important date in history.”

“Nine months is a long time,” he noted of the time remaining before the presidential election later this year. “I wish we could do it faster.”

Former President Donald Trump did not mention his remaining primary rival Nikki Haley once during his victory remarks on election night on Saturday in Columbia, South Carolina.

Former UN Ambassador.  Haley suffered an embarrassing defeat on Saturday when she was declared a loser in her home state just seconds after polls closed in South Carolina at 7 p.m.

Former UN Ambassador. Haley suffered an embarrassing defeat on Saturday when she was declared a loser in her home state just seconds after polls closed in South Carolina at 7 p.m.

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“You know, in certain countries you can call your election date,” he added. ‘If I had the right to do it, I would do it tomorrow. I would say we have an election tomorrow.”

Trump does not want to lose the momentum he believes he has as a result of his landslide victories and multiple indictments that he claims are political prosecutions.

“South Carolina – thank you very much. Go home, rest. There is still a lot of work ahead of us,” he stressed.

Trump took another step toward a general election rematch with Joe Biden by decimating Nikki Haley in her home state during the Republican primaries in South Carolina.

The results were announced just seconds after polls closed, dealing another blow to Haley.

“This was a little earlier than we expected,” Trump told supporters in Columbia on Saturday.

Haley’s loss Saturday marks the first time in more than 50 years that a Republican candidate has lost the primary in his home state. The previous one was Richard Nixon, who lost the California primaries to Ronald Reagan, who was also from California.

But Haley said during a “state of the race” address on Tuesday that she was “nowhere near” ending her bid, despite her disappointing performance in the primaries so far and dismal polling showing her with her in national and state elections. trailed Trump by large margins.

The former South Carolina governor said she plans to remain in the 2024 Republican primary until Super Tuesday on March 5, when 15 states and as many as 874 delegates will be up for grabs on that one day.

Trump took the stage on Saturday evening to announce victory in the South Carolina primary in Columbia

Trump took the stage on Saturday evening to announce victory in the South Carolina primary in Columbia

Trump acknowledged during his remarks that the crowd at his election night party in South Carolina’s capital was “very opinionated” — even toward some of the former president’s guests of honor.

When Senator Lindsey Graham of South Carolina was mentioned, the crowd booed, despite Trump telling them he is a good person.

Some South Carolina voters told DailyMail.com on Saturday that Haley has ruined any future career aspirations by entering the 2024 race and insists her career in politics, especially in the Palmetto State, is “done.”

Haley takes her mother Raj Kaur Randhawa to vote on Kiawah Island, where her name appeared in the South Carolina primary on Saturday, February 24.

Haley takes her mother Raj Kaur Randhawa to vote on Kiawah Island, where her name appeared in the South Carolina primary on Saturday, February 24.

Voters line up to cast their ballots during the South Carolina Republican presidential primary on John's Island, South Carolina on Saturday, February 24

Voters line up to cast their ballots during the South Carolina Republican presidential primary on John’s Island, South Carolina on Saturday, February 24

Trump earned 51 percent in Iowa against Haley, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, biotech entrepreneur Vivek Ramaswamy and a few other long shots. Then last month in New Hampshire, he earned 54.3 percent in a contest between him and Haley, after the rest of the primary field dropped out — with most throwing their support behind Trump.

The former president then walked away with 99.1 percent of the vote in the Nevada caucus earlier this month, which Haley did not participate in after choosing to run in the state’s primary instead — where she shockingly wise lost due to the voting option ‘none of these candidates’. .’

Trump held a rally in Rock Hill, South Carolina, on Friday, where about 6,000 supporters came to hear his final call before the primaries.

He also spoke at the Black Conservative Federation Gala in Columbia later on Friday before heading to National Harbor, Maryland on Saturday morning for CPAC remarks just outside Washington, DC.