A battle is brewing between Ron Desantis and Donald Trump for the 2024 election, and Desnatis may have dropped his biggest hint yet at a possible run!
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Ron Desantis is quickly turning into an even bigger legend when it comes to his prowess at owning liberals, and running Florida like a top. Yet can he actually compete on a national level with one of the most loved Presidents ever?
WE Love Trump reported. Ron DeSantis may run against Trump in 2024, according to rumors over the last few days.
During his rally in Latrobe, Pennsylvania, Trump even referred to Ron DeSantis as “Ron DeSanctimonious.”.
A few days later, Trump would give Marci Rubio a big introduction, but barely mention DeSantis.
Did you notice that Trump called Rubio a friend but not DeSantis?
As reported by We Love Trump, DeSantis is signing “DeSantis 2024” hats.
Desnatis has released a last minute campaign ad, that looks just like a presidential announcement.
The Hill reports, Governor Ron DeSantis is running for reelection against Democrat Charlie Crist, a former governor and member of Congress. According to polls, DeSantis has a large lead over Crist.
Ron’s wife, Casey DeSantis, shared the ad on Twitter, saying, “On behalf of millions, never stop fighting for freedom.”
In the ad, the narrator quotes Paul Harvey’s 1978 speech entitled “So God Made a Farmer,” which was broadcast on radio.
“And on the eighth day, God looked down on his planned paradise and said, ‘I need a protector.’ So God made a fighter,” DeSantis’s ad begins.
There will be a slugfest if Trump and Desantis duke it out. They will be the only competitors in that race, no matter who else joins. While Trump will dominate every news cycle and rile his base like no other, Desnatis will stand by his record and how he led Florida during the virus. No matter what else happens, the last of the RINOS will be evicted from congress in what is shaping up to be one of the most legendary primaries in American history. Whatever the outcome, the American people will only get better no matter who wins.
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