President Donald Trump. | Mary Altaffer/AP Photo
President Donald Trump handily defeated his remaining GOP challenger in the New Hampshire primary Tuesday night.
Trump cruised to victory with about 83 percent of the vote and just 8 percent of precincts reporting. Bill Weld, the former governor of neighboring Massachusetts, was a distant second, though he was able to capture just over 12 percent of the vote in the early results.
The race was called just after the last polls closed in the state, and about an hour after most polls closed.
The Democratic primary in New Hampshire has yet to be called, but early returns show Sen. Bernie Sanders leading, followed by former South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg and Sen. Amy Klobuchar.