Washington: Incumbent US President Joe Biden and former president Donald Trump won their respective parties’ Michigan's presidential primaries on Tuesday, and the two candidates continue marching toward a likely rematch in the November 2024 race for the White House.

Trump easily defeated his main rival, Indian-American Nikki Haley, winning yet another early contest and additional delegates — bringing

him one step closer to being able to formally secure the Republican Party's nomination.

When last reports came in, Haley had received 28.9 per cent of the votes as against Trump’s 66.4 per cent. The New York Times projected that 77-year-old Trump would sweep the Michigan primary with more than 40 per cent of the votes against 52-year-old Haley.

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