Donald Trump Largely Expected to Win Iowa Caucus, Faces Legal Troubles

Donald Trump, the former President of the United States, has been widely predicted to be the winner of the Iowa Caucus, according to various polls. Despite this positive outlook, Trump is currently facing legal troubles that include a total of 91 charges spread across four different cases.

The former President has presented his legal issues as evidence of persecution by the justice system, and has managed to convince many Republicans that the elections were rigged and that the so-called « Deep State » is out to get him. As a result, Trump remains a significant figure within the Republican Party, with only two viable candidates standing against him: Nikki Haley and Ron DeSantis.

Although Haley, who enjoys the support of influential figure Charles Koch, seems to be gaining momentum, she still lags far behind Trump in the polls. Trump’s strategy is to quickly dominate the primaries by overpowering his competitors right from the start.

After the Iowa Caucus, the next key dates in the Republican primary race are the New Hampshire primary on January 23rd, followed by the South Carolina primary and the Super Tuesday on March 1st. Trump’s advisors believe that he could secure the necessary 1,215 delegates as early as March 19th, which would significantly shorten the primary process.

These developments will undoubtedly have a major impact on the political landscape in the United States. As the race unfolds, Cosmo Sonic will continue to keep its readers informed of the latest updates.

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