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President Donald Trump on Tuesday celebrated the primary results, calling it a “great night” of his favoured Republican candidates so through the day, while a socialist, dethroned a heavy-weight Democrat.

“The Democrats are in an uproar!” Trump wrote on Twitter. “To lose open borders and unchecked crime in a certain way in elections. The Republicans are for Strong borders, NO crime! A Great NIGHT!”

The Democrats are in an uproar! Open borders and unchecked crime to lose a certain way in elections. The Republicans are for Strong borders, NO crime! A Great NIGHT!

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) June 27, 2018

Former Massachusetts Gov., Mitt Romney, won the primary runoff in the race to take the place of the retiring Utah Republican Sen. Orrin Hatch.

He beat state Rep. Mike Kennedy, a fight in the first round of the primary, block, Romney is trying to secure the majority of votes. Romney is now against the Democrat Jenny Wilson, a Councilwoman.

Trump, who had the tweets on-and-off relationship with Romney since the beginning of his election campaign bid, celebrating Romney’s victory: “the Great and convincing victory of Mitt Romney. Congratulations! I am looking forward to the work – there is so much to do good. A great and loving family are going to DC”

Great and final victory of Mitt Romney. Congratulations! I am looking forward to the work – there is so much to do good. A great and loving family come to DC

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) June 27, 2018

In South Carolina, Gov. Henry McMaster, the winner of Tuesday’s Republican gubernatorial runoff election was projected. Trump has been invested in the race, with the full support and even with campaigns to McMaster ‘ s name in the last days.

Rep. Dan Donovan of New York, a trump-backed candidate, also cruised to a primary victory, the victory over Michael Grimm, whose candidacy was as controversial, over his conviction for tax evasion.

On the Democrat side, Rep. Joe Crowley, D-NY, was dethroned, after suffering a shock defeat against the 28-year-old political newcomer Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.

Wow!!! Great trump Hater Congressman Joe Crowley, the take many of them wanted to Pelosi Nancy, just LOST his primary election. In other words, he is out!!! This is a large, that no one saw happen. Maybe he should be nice and respectful to his President!

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) June 27, 2018

Crowley, a 10-term democratic legislator, whose name was floated as a possible future speaker of the house of representatives, was defeated by Ocasio-Cortez, campaigned on the platform of the abolition of the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), universal health care, and attacks with weapons.

Left-wing groups celebrated the political newcomers of the shock win, see it as a slap in the face of the device, which is not progressive enough.

Soon after the race called the New York City branch of the Democratic socialists of America issued a tweet your victory to say was, “that the working class are the people hungry for a voice in politics.”

Congratulations on the win, @Ocasio2018. The number of votes cast, this evening—in what has been proven by the lowest voter turnout district in the country under the Rep. Crowley—that the working class are the people hungry for a voice in politics. pic.twitter.com/iw9CG1T9pt

— New York City DSA 🌹 (@nycDSA) June 27, 2018

In a statement, Crowley congratulated Ocasio-Cortez on their victory, and said he was looking forward to the support of her against Republican Anthony Pappas in November.

“The trump-management is said to be a threat to everything we stand for here in Queens and the Bronx, and if we don’t win back the house in November of this year, we will lose the nation that we love,” Crowley. “Therefore, we need to come together. We will only stop to be able to work together Donald Trump and the Republican Congress, as a United democratic party.”

Fox News, Gregg Re, Samuel Chamberlain, and the Associated Press contributed to this report.

Lukas Mikelionis is a reporter for FoxNews.com. Follow him on Twitter @Lukas mikelionis.

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