Trump wins Iowa; DeSantis edges out Haley for second: Recap

Trump wins Iowa; DeSantis edges out Haley for second: Recap

Former President Trump is projected to win the Iowa GOP caucus, while Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis is expected to secure second place, according to Decision Desk HQ Monday.

Former U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley is poised for third place, while Vivek Ramaswamy announced Monday night he was suspending his campaign and endorsing Trump after coming in fourth.

The win in Iowa is a boon for DeSantis, who invested heavily in the Hawkeye State and faced what some say was a make-or-break moment in the caucuses. Recent polling had shown Haley edging past DeSantis in the first-in-the-nation contest.

The top three remaining GOP candidates now gear up for New Hampshire, where polls show Trump as the heavy favorite in next week’s primary. Haley has carved out a double-digit lead over DeSantis in the Granite State, receiving 30 percent to his 6 percent, according to polling from DDHQ and The Hill.

You can follow where each candidate states in New Hampshire courtesy of DDHQ and The Hill here.

Read below for a recap of the 2024 Iowa GOP caucus.

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