Donald Trump emerges as the winner of the Republican primary in New York

According to Decision Desk HQ, Former President Trump was projected as the winner of New York’s Republican primary.

According to a tracker from Decision Desk HQ/The Hill, there are 91 delegates on the GOP table in the Empire State. However, the former president has already achieved the necessary number of delegates for the nomination.

In the Tuesday election, Trump shared the ballot with former South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley and other past competitors. President Biden, on the other hand, had nominal competition from longshot challengers Marianne Williamson and Rep. Dean Phillips (Minn.) in the Democratic race.

New York has consistently supported the Democratic presidential candidate since the late 1980s, and Biden emerged victorious over former President Trump in New York during the 2020 election. The upcoming election in November will once again witness a face-off between the two.

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