Trump Delivers Speech After Win In Iowa Caucuses | Eastern North Carolina Now

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    Former President Donald Trump thanked various figures in his orbit on Monday night after winning the Iowa caucuses after securing just slightly over half the votes in the contest.

    Trump thanked various politicians who endorsed him, his children, and his wife while speaking to supporters in Des Moines.

    "I want to congratulate Ron and Nikki for having a good time together," Trump laughed. "We're all having a good time together," he said. "And I think they both actually did very well. I really do. I think they both did very well."

    Trump praised businessman Vivek Ramaswamy, who suspended his campaign on Monday night and endorsed Trump.

    "I also want to congratulate Vivek, because he did a hell of a job, he came from zero and he's got a big percent, probably almost eight percent, and that is an amazing job," Trump said. "Very smart people, very capable people."

    Trump later said that he thinks it's time for everyone to come together and unite following the caucuses.

    "I really think this is time now for everybody in our country to come together," he said. "We want to come together - whether it's Republican or Democrat or liberal or conservative. It would be so nice if we could come together and straighten out the world and straighten out the problems and straighten out all of the death and destruction that we're witnessing."

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