Nikki Haley lost Nevada's symbolic Republican presidential primary contest to 'None of these candidates', despite being the only major candidate on the ballot.
Why it matters
The outcome is significant as it highlights the influence of Trump allies in Nevada's GOP and the challenges faced by Nikki Haley in her bid for the Republican presidential nomination.
What the papers say
AP News reports on the significant blow to Nikki Haley's campaign, while Politico emphasizes the impact of Trump's allies in Nevada's GOP and the ridicule faced by Haley. The New York Post and The Guardian also cover the story.
How we got here
Nikki Haley's loss in Nevada's primary comes after she faced a symbolic snub in the state and continued to campaign in California, facing another longshot bid against former President Donald Trump.
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