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WATCH: Trump Offers Remarks After Iowa Caucus Victory (VIDEO)

  |   By Lou Dobbs Staff

Trump spoke to supporters and the press after his Iowa victory tonight.

He spoke well of his competitors, talked about his plans, and about how Biden is destroying the country.

The Messenger has details:

Former President Donald Trump took the stage Monday night just shortly after his easy win at the Iowa caucus.

Flanked by members of his campaign and former GOP presidential hopeful Doug Burgum, Trump took aim at fellow candidates Ron DeSantis and Nikki Haley.

“I want to congratulate Ron and Nicky for having a good time together. We’re all having a good time together.”

He said that both “actually did very well,” adding that “we don’t even know what the outcome of second places.”

He then honed in on Vivek Ramaswamy, saying “he did a hell of a job.”

The rest of Trump’s victory speech was standard campaign rally fare, railing against Joe Biden as the worst president in American history, claiming that “terrorists” were crossing the U.S.-Mexico border, while also repeating that he believed the 2020 election was rigged against him.

Trump made a side remark about ailing President Jimmy Carter, saying, “I thought to myself, Jimmy Carter is happy because he will go down as being a brilliant president by comparison to Joe Biden.”