You need to root your phone, using ginger break.
After that you will be able to uninstall most of the bloatware from the uninstall menu, or using a third party software such as the free version of Titanium back up *root*
In theory you are not supposed to remove the bloatware the phone comes with.
I did it, many other did it and the phone is working with no problems at all, however rooting will void the warranty.
I rooted my triumph using gingerbreak but when I went into my apps, it only gave me the option to uninstall the data, just like before my phone was rooted. I verified root with a root checker. How do you uninstall factory apps after root?