Another reason: Trump won the state of Nevada and maintained his dominance of the political scene

Another reason: Trump won the state of Nevada and maintained his dominance of the political scene

Former US President Donald Trump claimed victory at the Nevada Republican Party caucus on Thursday, marking another step in his continuing influence over Republican politics. Trump was the only significant candidate on the ballot, with his closest rival, Nikki Haley, withdrawing from the caucuses.

Trump's symbolic strategy of competing in Nevada, even without an actual contest, highlights his dominance of the party in the state and enhances his status as an influential figure. Winning at this stage is crucial to the accumulation of delegates in preparation for the upcoming battles, including the primary elections in South Carolina scheduled for February 24, where she will face Nikki Haley.

While Trump celebrated his victory in Nevada, the US Supreme Court indicated that it was inclined to reject arguments against his eligibility for the presidency. One case under analysis concerns Trump's attempt to reverse the results of the 2020 election. The former president also prevailed in the caucuses in the Virgin Islands, solidifying his lead.

While campaign events revealed Trump's focus on garnering support and testing his message, the victory in Nevada highlights his prominent position on the political scene, keeping the Republican Party under his continued influence. In turn, the former president criticized Haley's insistence on the electoral race, claiming that this was harmful to the party and the country.

With information from O Globo newspaper.

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