Former President Trump’s victory in the South Carolina Republican primary on Saturday night quickly sparked a response from conservatives on social media, many of whom said they believe Republican presidential candidate Nikki Haley should step aside and abandon the race.

The primaries were called for the former president and 2024 GOP front-runner moments after polls closed Saturday night, and Trump said he hopes to deliver his signature line to President Biden: “Joe, you’re fired.”

“Congratulations to President Trump on another DOMINANT primary victory in SC,” Florida Republican Rep. Byron Donalds wrote in a post on “Of course Republicans want President Trump to be our nominee and Nikki Haley has no path to victory.”

TRUMP WINS THE SOUTH CAROLINA PRIMARY AGAINST HALEY IN HIS HOME STATE AND COMES CLOSER TO EARNING THE GOP NOMINATION

Kansas Republican Senator Roger Marshall also weighed in on Trump’s victory, writing in political primaries and unite behind the clear candidate, Donald J. Trump.”

Sen. Mike Lee, R-Utah, said “the (proverbial) lady is now singing (metaphorically). Trump won. It’s over. Haley should retire now.”

TRUMP ‘DON’T REALLY THINK ABOUT’ HALEY AFTER SOUTH CAROLINA VICTORY, SAYS HE’S FOCUSED ON BEATING BIDEN

Radio host and former presidential candidate Larry Elder said Haley “loses and declares victory.”

Haley, however, has said she will remain in the race.

“I am a woman of my word. I will not abandon this fight when the majority of Americans disapprove of both Donald Trump and Joe Biden,” she told her followers.

“Tomorrow we head to Michigan. And we head to the Super Tuesday states all next week,” he said.

Commentator Jesse Kelly called on Trump to take a forward-thinking approach as he took another step toward becoming the nominee.

“It’s time for Team Trump to adjust messaging and stop talking about Nikki Haley. And Ron DeSantis. Take the W and focus on Biden. There is no benefit to be gained by criticizing those he has defeated,” he said.

Nikki Haley and Donald Trump

Former UN Ambassador Nikki Haley and former President Donald Trump. (Getty Images)

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When asked by Fox News Digital if he wants Nikki Haley to drop out of the race, Trump told Fox News Digital that he’s “not really thinking about that…I’m not thinking about that.”

“I’m really thinking we have to beat Joe Biden,” he told Fox News Digital. “I don’t know if she’s in the race because, you know, I’ve set records in every state. I’m not sure she’s really in the race.”

Fox News’ Emily Robertson, Aubrie Spady and Brooke Singman contributed to this report.

By Sam