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In only the second GOP candidate primary former US president Donald Trump seems to have an iron-grip on the Republican nomination with a comfortable win in the New Hampshire primary. With 91% of the vote counted Donald Trump has picked up 54.8% of the vote with former South Carolina governor Nikki Haley claiming only 43.2% of the vote.

Stephen Hill asked director of research at the United States Study Centre Jared Mondschein whether these results point to Donald Trump becoming the GOP presidential candidate for the third-consecutive time.

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