'Winning, Winning, Winning': Trump Gives Victory Speech After Dominant NV Caucus Win
A jubilant Donald Trump addressed supporters after his victory in the Nevada caucuses, his third straight electoral win as he seeks the Republican nomination.
"A couple months ago we weren't expected to win this one, you know that, right? We weren't," Trump told the crowd.
"Of course if you listen to the pundits, we weren't expected to win too much. And now we're winning, winning, winning the country -- and soon the country is going to start winning, winning, winning."
Trump rattled off some of the groups he won with, among them the evangelicals, young people and the "poorly educated."
"I love the poorly educated," he said. "We're the smartest people, we're the most loyal people."
Trump also said he was happy about coming out top with Hispanic voters, saying he got 46 percent of their vote.
Watch the speech, above.
Fox News has projected Donald Trump the winner of the Nevada Republican caucus.
Based on Fox News entrance polls, it also appears Florida Sen. Marco Rubio is ahead of Texas Sen. Ted Cruz in the battle for second place, though it’s too early to call.
Far behind are Ohio Gov. John Kasich and retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson.
This is the third win in a row for Trump, who earlier this month won South Carolina and New Hampshire -- after placing second in Iowa. His winning streak gives him significant momentum as he heads into Super Tuesday next week, the biggest prize of the campaign so far.
More than a dozen states hold primaries or caucuses that day, awarding nearly 600 delegates – or more than four times the number that have been awarded in the first four states combined.