Nikki Haley ends her campaign Joe Biden praises her courage

Nikki Haley ends her campaign, Joe Biden praises her “courage”

03/06 at 11:44 p.m

Nikki Haley pauses her campaign, Trump and Biden call on their Haley voters to join them

Nikki Haley announced today that she is ending her campaign for the Republican nomination for the US presidential election, asserting that Donald Trump, who is now running alone for the right-wing party, should “deserve the votes” of voters who do not voted for him.

Donald Trump and Joe Biden, after clearing the air around them on Super Tuesday, will appeal to independent voters ahead of the November presidential election, which, barring any major surprises, is expected to be a repeat of the duel can win from 2020.

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03.06. at 8:33 p.m

The Supreme Court will debate Trump's claim of criminal immunity on April 25

The United States Supreme Court has scheduled April 25 for debates on the issue of criminal immunity invoked by Donald Trump as a former president, according to the court's April calendar released Wednesday.

The country's highest court decided on February 28 to hear the matter, further delaying the federal trial of the ex-president for attempting to illegally overturn the results of the 2020 election.

The presumptive Republican nominee for the November presidential election, the subject of four separate criminal cases, is trying with his multiple appeals to be tried as late as possible, in any case after the vote.

06.03. at 7:30 p.m

Dean Philipps withdraws from the Democratic primary

Minnesota elect Dean Philipps is withdrawing from the race for the Democratic nomination in favor of ultra-favorite Joe Biden.

The author Marianne Williamson is the youngest opponent of the American president.

03.06. at 7:22 p.m

11 “non-binding” delegates elected in Minnesota, a warning sign for Joe Biden

According to Axios, 11 “unpledged” delegates were elected in Minnesota during the Democratic primary, meaning they are not supporting Joe Biden as the presidential candidate.

If there is no serious opposition to the Democratic president, he will face internal mobilization that will result in “non-binding” votes. This equivalent of the blank vote exceeded 19% of the vote in Minnesota.

03.06. at 6:58 p.m

Mitch McConnell, leader of the Republican senators, “supports” Donald Trump’s candidacy

Republican Senatorial leader Mitch McConnell “supports” Donald Trump’s candidacy in the presidential election following Nikki Haley’s withdrawal.

“It is abundantly clear that former President Trump received the necessary support from Republican voters to become our nominee for President of the United States,” Mitch McConnell said in a statement quoted by AP.

“It goes without saying that he has my support as a candidate,” added the Republican, who is nevertheless critical of the former president.

03.06. at 6:45 p.m

Republican House Speaker “very pleased” with Super Tuesday results

Republican House Speaker Mike Johnson says he is “very happy” about Super Tuesday, which saw Donald Trump win 14 of 15 states in the Republican primaries.

“The race is now on. It will be a rematch and we love that rematch,” he told reporters after Nikki Haley pulled out, according to The Hill.

03.06. at 5:39 p.m

Elon Musk says he won't give money to any candidate

“Let me be clear: I am not giving money to any of the candidates for President of the United States,” Elon Musk wrote on his X Network while The New York Times reported on a meeting between the billionaire and Donald Trump.

06.03. at 5:15 p.m

The President of the Republican Party “congratulates” Donald Trump

“Congratulations to President Trump on becoming the likely Republican nominee! “We must come together to defeat Joe Biden, and it is clear that Republican voters are ready to rally around President Trump to make it happen,” said Republican National Committee Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel.

03.06. at 4:36 p.m

Joe Biden praises Nikki Haley's 'courage'

“It takes a lot of courage to run for president – especially in today's Republican Party, where so few dare to tell the truth about Donald Trump,” President Joe Biden said in a press release carried by American media after the Official announcement quoted by Nikki Haley is suspending her campaign.

06.03. at 4:24 p.m

Donald Trump and Joe Biden are calling on Nikki Haley's voters to join them

Donald Trump and Joe Biden are calling on Nikki Haley's voters to join them.

“You don’t have to agree with me on everything to know that MAGA extremism (“Make America great again,” Donald Trump’s slogan, editor’s note) is a threat to our country. We need everyone on board – join our campaign,” calls Joe Biden on X.

Even before Nikki Haley spoke, Donald Trump had invited “all Haley supporters to join the greatest movement in our nation’s history” on his Truth Social network.

06.03. at 4:16 p.m

Nikki Haley doesn't support Donald Trump

“It is now up to Donald Trump to win the votes of those within our party and beyond who did not support him,” says Nikki Haley.

“I have always been a conservative Republican and have always supported the Republican candidate (…) But Margaret Thatcher gave good advice when she said never to follow the crowd, but always to form your own opinion,” she reasons .

“Politics is about rallying people to your cause, not distracting them,” she adds.

06.03. at 4:05 p.m

Nikki Haley withdraws from the Republican primaries, Donald Trump is alone in the race

Nikki Haley announces she is “suspending” her campaign and withdrawing from the Republican primary, leaving Donald Trump alone in the race.

“It is time to pause my campaign. I said I wanted Americans to speak out. I did this. I don’t regret anything,” she said.

“And although I am no longer a candidate, I will not stop using my voice to stand up for the things I believe in,” she added.

03.06. at 3:49 p.m

Empty voices embarrassing Joe Biden

If Joe Biden overwhelmingly won all the states that voted in the primaries, part of the Democratic electorate chose to vote blank to sanction the American president's support for Israel.

In Minnesota, more than 19% of voters cast a “non-binding” ballot.

03.06. at 3:38 p.m

Where is Donald Trump after Super Tuesday?

Donald Trump won almost every state that voted for the Republican primary. Super Tuesday confirmed his control over the party.

You can find our results card here.

03.06. at 3:29 p.m

Joe Biden wins the 15 states on Super Tuesday

Without serious opposition in his camp, Joe Biden won all 15 states at stake in the Super Tuesday Democratic primaries on Tuesday.

Only American Samoa resisted. This Pacific archipelago was won by a famous unknown, Jason Palmer. However, due to Samoa's status as a territory and not a state, its approximately 40,000 residents cannot take part in the presidential election.

03.06. at 3:13 p.m

Donald Trump is far ahead of Nikki Haley in the delegate race

The Republican primary will be used to elect delegates who will then go to the party's national convention, which will be held July 15-18 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. It is then these delegates who nominate the official candidate.

With 2,429 delegates for the Republican Party, Donald Trump needs to win 1,215 to secure the nomination. He has already collected almost 1,000. Nikki Haley is far from the goal.

03.06. at 3:05 p.m

Nikki Haley about to give up?

Nikki Haley is preparing to end her campaign for the Republican nomination, leaving former President Donald Trump alone in the race, the Wall Street Journal and CNN said today.

According to the major American business newspaper, she is expected to announce her decision on Wednesday around 4 p.m. Paris time in a speech in Charleston, the capital of the state of South Carolina, of which she was governor.

06.03. at 3:00 p.m

Donald Trump clear winner of “Super Tuesday”

Hello everyone and welcome to this live broadcast dedicated to the aftermath of Super Tuesday, that big election day in which Donald Trump dominated the Republican primaries. The former president won in 14 of the 15 states where a vote was held.

He never once mentioned Nikki Haley, the most recent Republican to stand in his way for his party's nomination. However, the latter, a former UN ambassador, is likely to end her election campaign this Wednesday, March 6, several American media outlets point out.