Trump's Family Celebrates His New Hampshire Win As He Heads to South Carolina

Donald Trump was surrounded by his family as he won the New Hampshire primary.

Donald Trump returned to New York on Wednesday after his sweeping victory in the New Hampshire primary.

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He told supporters during his victory speech: “We are going now to South Carolina, we're going to win in South Carolina! I love you all!”

The South Carolina Republican primary will take place on February 20. The GOP frontrunner is wasting no time as he plans on heading to The Palmetto State.

Such a great experience in New Hampshire - amazing people! Will be leaving for a big event in South Carolina today.

February 10, 2016

Donald celebrated his runaway win with daughter Ivanka at his side; she is just days away from giving birth to her third child.

Ivanka posted a photo of with her husband, brothers and sisters-in-law to Instagram.


Ending an exciting day with my siblings at the Airport Diner! #nh @erictrump @donaldjtrumpjr @laraleatrump

A photo posted by Ivanka Trump (@ivankatrump) on Feb 9, 2016 at 3:35pm PST

The patriarch was thrilled with his win and posted a photo of his family on board a private jet.

Thank you, New Hampshire! Departing with my amazing family now! #FITN #NHPrimary

February 10, 2016

Bernie Sanders scored a sweeping double digit victory over Hillary Clinton.

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He said during his victory speech: “Because of a huge voter turnout, and I say huge, we won because we harnessed the excitement that the Democratic Party will need to concede in November.

Hillary Clinton promised to bounce back from her demoralizing defeat, she said during her concession speech: “It's not whether you get knocked down that matters, it's whether you get back up.”

Published reports say there will be a shake-up in her campaign team in the coming days.

Marco Rubio came in a disappointing fifth and blamed his own performance in last Saturday’s debate in which he constantly repeated himself.

He told supporters: “Our disappointment tonight is not on you. It's on me. It's on me. I did not do well in the debate on Saturday night. That will never happen again.”

New Jersey Governor Chris Christie has put his campaign on hold, saying he is “Going to go home and take a deep breath.”

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