wins New Hampshire's Republican primary

easily wins New Hampshire's Republican primary – but protest candidate Bill Weld gets 9 per cent of the vote in early returns was leading with 85 per cent of the vote Former Gov. Massachusetts  Gov. William Weld put up a better showing than he did in Iowa South Carolina and a group of other states cancelled their GOP primaries Former GOP Rep. Joe Walsh dropped out of the race during run up to primary The president was acquitted in his Senate impeachment trial, and has forced out officials who testified against him blew away a divided Republican New Hampshire field in 2016  held a rally in Manchester Monday night 

By Geoff Earle, Deputy U.s. Political Editor For Dailymail.com

Published: 02:33 GMT, 12 February 2020 | Updated: 14:31 GMT, 12 February 2020

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President Donald walked away with the win in Republican primary in New Hampshire Tuesday  – although opposition candidate William Weld registered a much stronger showing than he did in Iowa.

was leading with 86 per cent of the vote with almost a third of the vote in. Former Massachusetts Gov. William Weld, who was campaigning across the state for months, was below 10 per cent of the vote.

It was the second easy victory for the president in as many weeks. In Iowa he won with 97 per cent of the vote, trouncing Weld and former GOP Rep. Joe Walsh, who ended his bid last week.

President Donald Trump won the New Hampshire Republican primary by a wide margin Tuesday night

President Donald won the New Hampshire Republican primary by a wide margin Tuesday night

doesn't even have to worry about a primary in a group of states that includes South Carolina,  Nevada, Arizona, Kansas and others where party leaders eliminated the primary altogether.

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