Trump officially gets the Republican nomination for a second term
"Tina Nina told Donald Trump that he will officially get the Republican nomination for the presidency," Republican Party President Rona McDaniel said in a tweet on Twitter .
"His state of Florida has just given him the number of delegates he needs," she added.
"Our party is united, our activists are full of energy, and we are ready for four new years!"
In the United States, even the outgoing president must run for his party's primary to obtain his candidacy for a second term.
And Trump, who is on the November 3 battle for re-election, was never threatened that his party would not be nominated for a second term.
After the withdrawal of two of the three candidates who competed with the President in the primary elections for the Republican Party, there was no official left in these elections from a competitor to Trump except the former governor of Massachusetts Bill Weld, who had achieved no result.
It should be noted that some states abandoned organizing primary elections for the Republican Party due to the lack of serious competition[/rtl]