Trump Wins South Carolina Primary, Beating Haley in Her Home State

Donald Trump won the South Carolina Republican primary vote Saturday night, beating his opponent, former Governor Nikki Haley, in her home state. This is Trump’s fourth consecutive major victory as the front-runner Republican nominee.

Trump won 59.8 percent of the vote and 47 delegates, while Haley won 39.5 percent and 3 delegates.

AP voter survey: Before the votes were tabulated, the Associated Press declared Donald Trump the winner based on the results of a voter survey. The survey found:

  • 6 in 10 voters supported the “Make America Great Again” movement.
  • 9 in 10 Trump voters said they were “driven by their support for him, not by objections to his opponent.”
  • Nearly half of Haley’s voters said they only voted for her to oppose Trump.

Haley has insisted she will continue her presidential campaign against Trump, even if it means she is on the ballot only as an alternative choice.

Trump’s comeback: Trumpet editor in chief Gerald Flurry has pointed to Bible prophecies forecasting Donald Trump’s return to the presidency.

Leftists in the media are beside themselves. Globalist foreign leaders are fearful. Why? These people hate Trump and want to fundamentally transform America. Yet it appears that one way or another, he is coming back.
—Gerald Flurry

To understand, read Mr. Flurry’s article “Donald Trump’s Return in Bible Prophecy.”