Trump Wins Iowa and a New Sidekick, Vivek: ‘We’ve Only Just Begun’

Within a couple of hours of winning the Iowa Caucus in a commanding victory that humiliated his opponents, President Donald J. Trump picked up a sidekick who had been running against him: Mr. Vivek Ramaswamy- a newcomer to the political scene, who has blazed a path as a future presidential candidate.

The night was historic for several reasons, most of which was how much the Democrats were humiliated by the entire process after, as a party, they snubbed Iowa as a whole beacon. The Democrats have become far too elite for the American public to rally behind anymore- it appears.



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Trump’s Populist message IS exactly what America sees emerging from Monday night’s message. Memes of the heroic Trump and his working-class supporters filled social media:

The Democrats have become invisible to the people of Iowa.

The same Hawkeye State helped elect Barack Obama president in 2008 and 2012 before Donald Trump carried it in 2016 and 2020. Today, Republicans hold majorities in both chambers of the legislature and the governor’s mansion, and Iowa doesn’t have a single Democratic member of Congress. Only one Democrat holds a statewide office, auditor Rob Sand.


In 2020, Democrats held three of Iowa’s four congressional seats, boasting three statewide elected officials. Fast forward four years and the landscape has drastically shifted. Iowa Democrats lack congressional representation, possess only one statewide elected official – the state auditor, and have lost their prominent spot in the presidential nominating calendar. Despite narrow losses in some 2022 races, including Rep. Cindy Axne’s seat, optimism persists among Democrats. Iowa’s Republican shift is evident, marked by Governor Kim Reynolds’ conservative legislative agenda. However, Democrats see policy decisions as an opportunity to sway voters. The loss of the first-in-the-nation caucuses challenges Democrats in rebuilding their Iowa presence.

But it will be an uphill climb for Democrats to regain their composure, especially after seeing someone perfect coming right up behind Trump with the same message:

To his credit, Ramaswamy conceded quickly when Trump won on Monday night and endorsed Trump. Trump posted on his Truth Social account – in the wee hours of Tuesday morning that he welcomed Ramawamy’s endorsement:

Here is what you need to know: Donald Trump Emerges Victorious in Iowa Caucus, Setting the Tone for the 2024 Presidential Race- here are the numbers:

Trump won everything – minus one:

Things to remember:

Even though the Democrats decided to skip out of the process, the Caucus was a highly anticipated event. The state is known for its crucial role in shaping the trajectory of presidential campaigns and has once again set the stage for a fierce battle in the 2024 election. Trump’s victory in Iowa sends a powerful signal to his political rivals and supporters, underscoring his continued influence in American politics.

Key Takeaways from the Iowa Caucus:

  1. Trump’s Commanding Win: Donald Trump’s victory in the Iowa Caucus reflects his enduring popularity among Republican voters. The former president’s ability to rally his base and attract widespread support was evident in the caucus results. As the first major contest of the 2024 election season, this win positions Trump as a formidable contender for the Republican nomination.
  2. Voter Turnout and Enthusiasm: The Iowa Caucus witnessed a significant turnout of voters, showcasing the heightened enthusiasm surrounding the election. Trump’s ability to mobilize his supporters, even after leaving office, highlights the enduring impact of his presidency on the political landscape. The energized base could prove to be a crucial factor as the campaign progresses.
  3. Competing Candidates: While Trump emerged as the clear winner, the Iowa Caucus featured a diverse field of Republican candidates vying for support. The competitive nature of the race underscores the depth of talent within the party and sets the stage for spirited primary contests in other states.
  4. National Implications: The outcome of the Iowa Caucus will undoubtedly reverberate beyond the state’s borders. Trump’s victory sends a strong message to the national Republican electorate, potentially influencing voter sentiment in upcoming primaries and caucuses. The dynamics established in Iowa may shape the narrative of the entire election cycle.
  5. Shaping the Republican Agenda: With his victory in Iowa, Trump is well-positioned to play a significant role in shaping the Republican agenda for the 2024 election. His policy priorities and approach to critical issues will likely influence the party’s platform and its direction in the general election.

One of the biggest highlights of the night on social media, was Ramaswamy’s reaction and continued endorsement of America First policies:

Here is where we are going, on to New Hampshire:

Looking Ahead: As the Iowa Caucus fades into the rearview mirror, attention now turns to subsequent primary contests and the unfolding narrative of the 2024 presidential race. Donald Trump’s win in Iowa cements his status as a central figure in American politics, ensuring that his influence will be a defining factor in the months to come. The battle for the Republican nomination is in full swing, and Trump’s triumph in Iowa sets the stage for an electrifying and closely watched campaign season.

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