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Native Hawaiian and local Trump campaign director Nathan Paikai was moved to tears after Trump won the republican primary in Hawaii.
"I am overwhelmed by even the turnout tonight, statewide, that they would choose Donald Trump," Paikai said.
"[Trump] doesn't need the money. He doesn't need the prestige. He just wanted to do what is best for our people."
"The media and everything else tried to put Trump down, but tonight, Donald Trump is triumphant, in the state of Hawaii, because the people came out."
Hawaii is a democrat stronghold with the lowest voter turnout in the country.