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Several warning signs show that many Nikki Haley supporters will not coalesce behind Donald Trump in the presidential election. Super Tuesday exit polls in California, North Carolina and Virginia found that between 80 percent and 95 percent of Haley primary voters in those states would be "dissatisfied" if Trump won the nomination. However, with many Haley supporters identifying as independent or left leaning, some believe it was unlikely that many of them would ever support Trump in 2024. Visit ABC News to learn moreImage Credit:Gage

During a recent speech at the Black Conservative Federation Gala in Columbia, South Carolina former President Donald Trump used racially charged sentiments to suggest he has strengthened his appeal to Black Americans by claiming they relate to his multiple criminal indictments. While discussing his Fulton County, Georgia election interference case Trump said, “we've all seen the mug shot. And you know who embraced it more than anybody else: the Black population. It's incredible." Trump also compared himself to Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny in

Unlike in the general election, United States territories get a say in who each party nominates for president, and citizens of the U.S. Virgin Islands are poised to cast their votes in Republican caucuses this week. The territories tend to march to the beat of their own drum, so the contest between Donald Trump and Nikki Haley could be closer than previous primary elections. The election will also be held using ranked choice voting, whereby each voter will rank their first choice for president,

Political scientists told ABC News that there has been a shift in the way candidates discuss Christianity during the 2024 election cycle, with many candidates focusing more on “culture war” ideas to appeal to Christian and evangelical voters. Ron Desantis recently spoke about the role faith plays in his role as Florida’s governor, telling Iowa voters he does not, “know how you could be a leader without having faith in God.” Former President Donald Trump alleged to voters in the Hawkeye state that the

Kevin McCarthy announced that he will resign from Congress at the end of the month after being ousted as Speaker of the House by a faction of his own party. McCarthy insisted that he would stay involved in the Republican Party, claiming he will help recruit and fundraise for GOP candidates. Visit ABC News to learn moreImage Credit:U.S. Department of Agriculture (PMD 1.0 DEED)