Trump wins North Dakota caucus --The victory brings the former president closer to becoming the Republican nominee to challenge Joe Biden in November's election | 5 March 2024 | Donald Trump defeated Nikki Haley - his last remaining rival for this year's Republican presidential nomination - in the North Dakota caucus on Monday. Trump received over 84% of the vote, according to AP - an overwhelming victory as any candidate who wins over 60% receives the votes of all 29 of the state's delegates under North Dakota's rules. Trump now has 273 delegates against Haley's 43, which puts him in a better position to clinch the Republican Party's 2024 presidential nomination for the November elections - even after Haley's victory in the Washington, D.C., primary on Sunday.

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