After winning another Republican primary on Saturday night, former President Donald Trump said that he is not sure former South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley is in the race.

Touting his win while speaking with Fox News, he said that he is not focused on Haley as his focus is set on President Joe Biden who he has to go against in the general election in November as it becomes clearer that he could win the Republican Party’s presidential ticket.

Asked if he wanted Haley to drop out of the race, he revealed that he is “really not thinking about that… I’m not thinking about it.”

“I’m really thinking about we have to beat Joe Biden. I don’t know if she’s in the race at all, because, you know, I have set records in every single state. I’m not sure that she’s really in the race,” he stated further.

“I’m very honored by the elections. We’re setting records in every single state,” he added, referring to his winning streak at Republican primaries so far which has seen him record victories in the Iowa Caucuses, the New Hampshire primary, the Nevada Caucuses and the U.S. VIrgin Islands primary.

In South Carolina on Saturday, the GOP frontrunner had an even “bigger win” than he expected, as news outlets like Fox News and AP News projected his win only a few minutes after the polls closed.

Trump won 59.79% of the votes and gathered 47 delegates while Haley had 39.525 of the votes and was left with 3 delegates.

Speaking about his win, Trump said, “I was honored that I received the largest vote in the history of the state — I’m with Senator Lindsey Graham right now and he just told me we received the largest vote by double — we beat the last record. So that’s a great compliment to all of the people and to making America great again.”

Acting in accordance with his claims of being focused on Biden, Trump said on stage during his victory speech that he looks forward to beat Joe Biden at the general election in November.

“Joe, you’re fired,” he declared, adding that Nov. 5 “is going to be the most important date, perhaps, in the history of our country.”