Biden and Trump dominate Super Tuesday races and move closer to a November rematch

March 06, 2024

Not enough states will have voted until later this month for Trump or Biden to formally become their parties’ presumptive nominees. Both the 81-year-old Biden and the 77-year-old Trump continue to dominate their parties despite facing questions about age and neither having broad popularity across the general electorate. His aides insist that skeptical voters will come around once it is clear that either Trump or Biden will be elected again in November. Trump scoffed that Haley had been “crowned queen of the swamp.”“We can do better than two 80-year-old candidates for president,” Haley said at a rally Monday in the Houston suburbs. That includes Minnesota, a state Trump did not carry in his otherwise overwhelming Super Tuesday performance in 2016.