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Biden and Trump win Louisiana's presidential primary having already clinched nominations | Oneindia

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Biden and Trump win Louisiana's presidential primary having already clinched nominations | Oneindia

Biden and Trump win Louisiana's presidential primary having already clinched nominations | Oneindia

In Louisiana's presidential primary on Saturday (Mar 23), both US President Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump secured victories, further solidifying their positions after securing their respective party nominations.

With no races hanging in the balance, the outcome merely reaffirmed their dominance over their major competitors.

Biden collected the 48 delegates up for grabs for Democrats, and former President Donald Trump collected the 47 delegates for Republicans.

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