Trump is 'completely untouchable': Americans stunned at 'interference in our elections', says Candace Owens

Trump is 'completely untouchable': Americans stunned at 'interference in our elections', says Candace Owens

WATCH NOW: Candace Owens says Donald Trump is 'untouchable'

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Georgia Pearce

By Georgia Pearce

Published: 09/02/2024

- 15:02

Donald Trump won the Nevada caucus with over 99 per cent of the vote, his third major victory

Donald Trump has been praised for his "untouchable" success in the primary ballots so far as the prospect of a US Presidential election rematch between him and Biden grows ever closer.

The former US President won the latest of the caucuses in Nevada, securing over 99 per cent of the vote.

The margin of victory was the biggest in the race so far after taking over 50 per cent in Iowa and New Hampshire.

Trump is also projected to win the South Carolina primary ballot against competitor Nikki Haley, polling at just over 65 per cent among voters.

Donald Trump and Candace Owens

Candace Owens says Donald Trump is 'untouchable' ahead of the US election

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Addressing a victory party in Las Vegas following his Nevada win, Donald Trump declared "if we win this state, we easily win the election in November".

Trump told reporters on Thursday that he "doesn't really care" if Nikki Haley continues in the race, but admitted: "I think it's bad for the party."

Trump's legal battles also continue as he faces 91 felony charges and a civil case in New York.

The former POTUS told the media on Thursday that the latest court rulings preventing him from running in election ballots are "more election interference by the Democrats".

Discussing Trump's election chances, commentator Candace Owens said the cases against him "won't impact the perspective" that American voters have of him.

Owens told GBN America: "He is completely untouchable in terms of that because we are just stunned and shocked by how far they are willing to go to ultimately just interfere with our elections.

"Doesn't matter how you feel about Donald Trump - the question is how you feel about the state trying to interfere in what should be a fair and free election, which is something that has stunned Americans, and this is why they hate Donald Trump."

Owens added that prior to Donald Trump taking office, American voters were "very much falling asleep at the wheel" with US politics.

Candace Owens

Candace Owens says Trump's legal cases 'won't impact the perspective' of American voters

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Owens hit out at the Democrats for "fighting tooth and nail to make sure Trump doesn't get another four years".

The political commentator told Nigel Farage: "It is because of this sort of mass awakening that is happening across the United States, thankfully, because of the Donald Trump and his brash character and his willingness to say things like 'you are fake news' at a time when no one really understood why he was saying that.

"And 'let's build the wall' at a time when no one knew why he was saying we needed a wall, now people understand that."

She continued: "Is it going to impact him personally? Absolutely not. He is very strong and he knows that he is fighting a battle that is for America, and it won't impact the way that the American people feel about him either."

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