Biden, Trump win Michigan primaries, with caveats

13% of Democratic voters in this must-win state chose "uncommitted"

Michigan primary
Biden "scored a decisive win," Politico said, but "not necessarily" big enough to "calm Democratic jitters"
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What happened?

President Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump won their respective Michigan primaries on Tuesday. Trump beat Nikki Haley 68% to 27%. Biden won 81% of the Democratic vote, but 13% of Democratic voters chose "uncommitted" amid an Arab American–led protest against his support for Israel in Gaza.

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