SPONSORED:

Trump: Nothing too 'fabulous' for Democrats in New Hampshire results

Trump: Nothing too 'fabulous' for Democrats in New Hampshire results
© Getty Images

President TrumpDonald John TrumpMore than 300 military family members endorse Biden Five takeaways from the final Trump-Biden debate Biden: 'I would transition from the oil industry' MORE spent much of Tuesday night and early Wednesday morning attacking the 2020 Democratic presidential field as results came in from New Hampshire's first-in-the-nation primary vote. 

In a series of tweets, Trump targeted candidates including Sen. Bernie SandersBernie SandersBiden defends his health plan from Trump attacks Progressives blast Biden plan to form panel on Supreme Court reform Sanders: Progressives will work to 'rally the American people' if Biden wins MORE (I-Vt.) and former New York City Mayor Michael BloombergMichael BloombergEverytown hits GOP on gun safety in closing .5M battleground ad barrage A closing argument: Why voters cannot trust Trump on healthcare Biden campaign swamps Trump on TV airwaves MORE and railed against the media over its coverage of his GOP primary performance. 

"The Fake News Media is looking hard for the Big Democrat Story, but there is nothing too fabulous," Trump tweeted following a night in which Sanders claimed victory in the Granite State. "Wouldn’t a big story be that I got more New Hampshire Primary Votes than any incumbent president, in either party, in the history of that Great State? Not an insignificant fact!"

ADVERTISEMENT

He also claimed that he would win New Hampshire and Iowa in November. 

Trump overwhelmingly won New Hampshire's GOP primary, earning about 83 percent of the vote as he faced minimal opposition. His vote share reportedly neared the modern historical high for an incumbent president, which was set by Ronald Reagan, with 86.4 percent, in 1984. 

ADVERTISEMENT

Meanwhile, Sanders delivered an important victory for his Democratic primary campaign on Tuesday night, amassing about 26 percent of the vote with 83 percent of precincts reporting. His vote count surpassed former South Bend, Ind., Mayor Pete ButtigiegPete ButtigiegLGBTQ voters must show up at the polls, or risk losing progress Buttigieg says it's time to 'turn the page' on Trump administration Sunday shows preview: Coronavirus cases surge in the Midwest; Trump hits campaign trail after COVID-19 MORE's by just about 3,600 votes. 

The win came just a week after technical failures disrupted the results of the Iowa caucuses, leaving their results in doubt. Sanders won the raw popular vote in Iowa, though Buttigieg appears to have beat the progressive senator in convention delegates. Both Sanders and Buttigieg have called for a recanvass of the votes. 

Trump repeatedly weighed in as results came in from New Hampshire, quipping at one point that Buttigieg was "doing pretty well" and giving "Crazy Bernie a run for his money."

He also blasted Sen. Elizabeth WarrenElizabeth WarrenBiden defends his health plan from Trump attacks Progressives blast Biden plan to form panel on Supreme Court reform Biden endorses Texas Democratic House candidate Julie Oliver MORE (D-Mass.) over her fourth-place finish in the Granite State, suggesting that she was "sending signals that she wants out." Warren has vowed to continue campaigning. 

Trump also went after the billionaire businessmen in the race. He claimed that Bloomberg was having a "bad night," even though the former New York City mayor was not on the ballot in New Hampshire. 

He also compared Tom SteyerTom SteyerDemocrats seem unlikely to move against Feinstein 2020 election already most expensive ever TV ads favored Biden 2-1 in past month MORE's campaign to his own 2016 presidential bid.

"Impeachment King Steyer (how did that work out?) spent 200 Million Dollars and got less than 1% of the vote in Iowa, and only 3% of the Vote in New Hampshire. Could it be that something is just plain missing? Not easy to do what I did, is it?" he asked.  

Trump did not target former Vice President Joe BidenJoe BidenMore than 300 military family members endorse Biden Five takeaways from the final Trump-Biden debate Biden: 'I would transition from the oil industry' MORE, who came in fifth place in New Hampshire following an equally poor showing in Iowa the previous week. Biden left the state and traveled to South Carolina before the final results came in Tuesday night.