Headline RoundupMarch 3rd, 2024

Trump Wins Missouri, Michigan, and Idaho GOP Caucuses

Summary from the AllSides News Team

Former President Donald Trump won the Republican primary caucuses in Missouri, Michigan, and Idaho on Saturday.

The Details: Trump swept all 125 delegates up for grabs in the three states, raising his nationwide delegate total to 247. His closest competitor, former South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley, remains at 24. No Democratic election contests were held on Saturday.

For Context: The next contest is the GOP caucus in Washington D.C. on March 3. Tuesday is Super Tuesday, the largest voting day of the primary elections, when 16 states and American Samoa will vote in primaries.

How The Media Covered It: Reuters (Center bias) added context about a current rift in the Michigan GOP. National Review (Lean Right bias) included a post from Trump’s Truth Social page and referenced the recent New York Times (Lean Left bias) poll which shows him 4 points ahead of Biden.

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