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AP: Trump wins 2020 Iowa Republican Caucuses

DES MOINES, Iowa (KTIV) -- President Donald Trump is the winner of the 2020 Iowa Republican caucuses, a largely symbolic vote as he was facing no significant opposition.

Still, Trump's campaign was using Monday's contest to test its organizational strength, deploying Cabinet secretaries, top Republican officials and Trump family members to the state.

It's unusual for Iowa to even be holding a GOP contest with an incumbent in the White House.

The Iowa Republican caucuses were canceled in 1992 and 2004. But GOP Chairman Jeff Kaufman said state officials were determined to keep the caucuses in place this year to maintain the state's status as the first in the nation to cast its ballots.

Trump was only challenged by two opposing Republicans at the Iowa Caucuses. They were former Massachusetts governor Bill Weld and Tea Party Republican from Illinois, Joe Walsh.

All that's left now is to determine the front runners amongst the 11 Democratic candidates.

For a full breakdown results throughout the Siouxland and the rest of Iowa, click here.

Associated Press

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