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Forty-fifth President Donald Trump dominated two new polls against potential Republican challengers from New Hampshire and South Carolina by a landslide and also won a 2024 presidential rematch poll against President Joe Biden.

According to a recent South Carolina poll by Trafalgar Group, Trump, of course, came in first place by a landslide with 43.4 percent. Gov. Ron DeSantis (R-FL) came in a far second 15.6 points behind with a minor 27.8 percent. 

Trump also won the Republican primary poll in New Hampshire conducted by the New Hampshire Journal. Trump won with 37 percent. Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis came in second place with 30 percent, 7 points behind Trump.

In a recent Emerson College poll, Trump received a 30-point landslide lead in the race for the 2024 Republican presidential nomination with 55 percent support. Meanwhile, DeSantis came in second place with 25 percent.

While Trump is dominating in the Republican primaries, the Republican frontrunner is also swiftly beating back President Biden in a potential matchup in the next presidential election. 


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According to a recent Harvard-Harris 2024 poll, Trump beat Biden with 46 percent, while Biden received 41 percent. 13 percent said they are unsure.

With Trump already making campaign stops in key initial states that determine the Republican nominee, he will have a leg up on any potential competition that challenges him. With polls showing that he is already dominating the field, he will likely come out victorious in these early states irrespective of the competition.

When recently asked about DeSantis potentially attempting to run for president, Trump said, “When I hear that he might [run] I think it’s very disloyal.” Trump added, “He won’t be leading, I got him elected. I’m the one that chose him.”

This comes after Trump hit the campaign trail for the first time this past weekend since his presidential campaign announcement in November with two stops in New Hampshire and South Carolina.

“We need a fighter who can stand up to the left, stand up to the swamp, stand up to the media, stand up to the deep state. Am I allowed to say stand up to the RINOs, too?” Trump said.

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