Nikki Haley Gets Obliterated by Trump in Her Own Home Town, Results Show

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It’s not very often the home town folks get to vote for one of their own to be president of the United States.

It was an opportunity many in Bamberg County, South Carolina, passed up Saturday in the Republican presidential primary that pitted Bamberg native and former South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley against former President Donald Trump. Trump defeated Haley statewide by roughly a 20-percentage point margin.

Trump won Bamberg County with 65 percent of the votes against 35 percent for Haley, according to a county-by-county breakdown published by The New York Times.

Jerome Boyce of Denmark, not far from the town of Bamberg, said local or not, Haley could not compare with Trump, according to NPR.

“Trump has got it. Trump has a track record. Nikki Haley does not,” Boyce said.

Sharon Carter, chairwoman of the Bamberg County Republican Party, said she was officially neutral, but had …

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