US President Donald Trump victory at the Republican Iowa Caucus by 97% has shown that he is definitely going to fly the Republican Party flag in the upcoming 2020 presidential election.
While Democrats fought a high-profile battle to win the Democratic poll which resulted in a fiasco after the voting app crashed, Republicans showed they were far more united in their choice for president as Trump got 97.09
Neither of his competitors reached the 2% mark, with his two opponents, Bill Weld and Joe Walsh getting just 1.5 and 1.4%.
Donald Trump Jr. was among the Trump supporters who went into campaign mode in Des Moines, Iowa on Friday night, with his brother Eric by his side, while celebrated surgeon Ben Carson was also sent to campaign for the president.
Back in 2016, Iowa had not been a victory ground for Trump, with Ted Cruz coming out on top by 27.6% to Trump’s 24.3% while Marco Rubio was a close third at 23.1%, and Ben Carson came in at 9.3%.