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But after she won Iowa, she had to contend with losses in the other early states, Ohio and Colorado, that left her facing a huge task in making sure she could win in Florida and South Carolina.

She even had to face down criticism from some of her supporters that had been supportive of her for the past month.

They were furious that she was able to run up one of the biggest margins in Iowa and New Hampshire – only to 더킹카지노be told later by voters that all that could change by the end of the campaign.

The Republican candidates, they claimed, would have to pick up some states if they wanted to overtake her in Florida and South Carolina to win the presidency.

카지노 사이트Mrs Clinton had hoped her victory in early Iowa would help seal the deal with voters in these crucial states.

Yet it looks like that is just wishful thinking.

With Mr Trump looking increasingly likely to make inroads in the early states, she may find her campaign could very well have to start over if Mr Trump continues to lead in a number of key states on Tuesday.

But in any case, there is no denying the scale of the task ahead for Mrs Clinton as she prepares to officially announce the results of her campaign in Las Vegas.

In the face of these circumstances, some of her most ardent supporters were not happy.

But in a video released on Tuesday night, she said: “I am honored to be here in this room and to stand with millions of the country I’ve worked so hard to represent with my message of hope and change.”

Mrs Clinton was clearly hoping for a strong performance in South Carolina, which gave the Republicans a chance to pick up the White House and she was hoping they would get a win in Florida.

Yet in Iowa, a key early state for Republican candidates, one of her biggest supporters had to tell her that this was not going to be it.