Former President Donald Trump soared to a different victory throughout Tuesday’s main in New Hampshire, prompting one other wave of Republican endorsements as social gathering officers appeared to sign an finish to the nominating contest.

Sens. John Cornyn (R-Texas) and Deb Fischer (R-Neb.) each stated it was time for the Republican Social gathering to unite behind Trump as its candidate, regardless that simply two states had voted for him thus far.

“I have seen enough,” Cornyn wrote on X. “To beat Biden, Republicans need to unite around a single candidate, and it’s clear that President Trump is Republican voters’ choice.”

His one critical challenger, former United Nations ambassador Nikki Haley, didn’t appear bothered by her second-place displaying, which was higher than some early polls had predicted. She forged the outcomes as a political victory and vowed to remain within the race, a choice that prompted fury from Trump’s personal celebration occasion that night time.

“New Hampshire is the first in the nation. It is not the last in the nation,” she informed her supporters on Tuesday night time. “This race is far from over. There are dozens of states left to go. And the next one is my sweet state of South Carolina.”

Haley vowed to remain within the race regardless of her second-place displaying in New Hampshire. (Picture by JOSEPH PREZIOSO/AFP by way of Getty Pictures)

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However Ronna McDaniel, chair of the Republican Nationwide Committee, threw her full weight behind Trump on Fox Information later that night time, all however calling for Haley to drop out of the race.

“I’m looking at the map and the path going forward, and I don’t see it for Nikki Haley,” McDaniel stated. “I think she’s run a great campaign. But I do think there is a message that’s coming out from the voters, which is very clear. We need to unite around our eventual nominee, which is going to be Donald Trump.”

Trump appeared furious that Haley deliberate to proceed on Tuesday night, saying his competitor had a “very bad night” and vowing to win “easily” in South Carolina, the place she as soon as served as governor. At one level, he remarked that fellow South Carolinian Tim Scott, one of many state’s Republican senators, should “really hate” Haley to need to again Trump.

“I just love you,” Scott replied.

Scott was one of two former GOP main candidates with Trump in New Hampshire to rejoice his victory.

“What we saw tonight is America First defeating America last,” businessman Vivek Ramaswamy, who ended his personal marketing campaign earlier this month, stated after Trump invited him onstage. “If you want America last, you can go to Joe Biden. You know who delivered a double-digit victory tonight — is this man, Donald J. Trump.

“What we see right now with [Haley] continuing in the race is the ugly underbelly of American politics,” he added. “I say the general election begins tonight and this man will win it in a landslide.”

Even President Joe Biden appeared to see an finish to the Republican race nearing on Tuesday night time.

“It is now clear that Donald Trump will be the Republican nominee,” he stated in a press release. “And my message to the country is the stakes could not be higher.”