The question still remains, will Florida‘s Gov. Ron DeSantis make a run for the White House? Should former President Trump run again in 2024, will DeSantis step aside or will he challenge Trump for the Nomination? Clearly, he is a threat to the Democrats. The mainstream media is already trying to paint him as a dodger.
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis (R) models himself as a tough-talking politician, but he apparently couldn’t handle a question from a journalist about the 2020 election. It happened after the governor was asked whether Mike Pence could have “overturned” the 2020 presidential election for Donald Trump when he was vice president.
DeSantis, who is reportedly weighing a possible presidential run in 2024, refused to be pinned down with an actual opinion. “I’m not. I … ” DeSantis told reporters before cutting himself off, according to NBC News.
After a reporter pressed him on the question, DeSantis decided changing the subject was the best option. So he said that he had a “great working relationship” with the Trump administration while accusing the Biden White House of obstructing his agenda. The question that DeSantis avoided answering is liable to come up a lot this year, considering that Trump and Pence appear to be political polar opposites where the Jan. 6 insurrection is concerned.‘Huffington post’
It would be wise for him to avoid any traps the mainstream media is going to lay for him. Governor DeSantis is making a name for himself by being an independent thinker. DeSantis is a leader, not a follower. He is, however, an elite Republican who will stand with his party.
DeSantis still hasn’t said anything about stepping aside if Trump runs in 2024. Even Donald Trump is worried about DeSantis rising in the party. Florid Politics featured an article:
‘DeSantis would be a formidable 2024 candidate in the Trump lane should Trump not run.’
For months, former President Donald Trump has been grumbling quietly to friends and visitors to his Palm Beach mansion about a rival Republican power center in another Florida mansion, some 400 miles to the north.
Gov. Ron DeSantis, a man Trump believes he put on the map, has been acting far less like an acolyte and more like a future competitor, Trump complains. With his stock rising fast in the party, the Governor has conspicuously refrained from saying he would stand aside if Trump runs for the Republican nomination for President in 2024. ‘Florida Politics’
Democrats have been trying to divide the Republican party from within. One thing is for certain, if we allow this, there will be consequences to follow in the 2024 Presidential election. They have teamed once again with the mainstream media trying to divide the Republican party.
February 8, 2022, News Week- Donald Trump Faces Growing GOP Revolt
Former President Donald Trump could be sensing a revolt from within the Republican Party, has faced criticism from his own former running mate, and lashed out at senators attempting to reform a key election law.
Republican figures are “putting distance between themselves and Donald Trump,” one Washington analyst told Newsweek on Tuesday; however, another commented that many are “too afraid of their own voters to stage any kind of takedown of Trump from the top.”
While Trump remains a very powerful figure in the GOP, and polls show he’s the favorite to win the 2024 Republican presidential nomination, he has repeatedly clashed with members of his own party in recent weeks. He is likely to play a major role in 2022 midterm election campaigns, endorsing candidates and appearing on the trail to support them, despite ongoing conflicts with others inside the party.
My thoughts on this, I don’t think Governor DeSantis will step aside if former President Trump decides to run again in 2024. I believe the Republicans in Congress are grooming DeSantis for the 2024 Presidential race. DeSantis is already getting his wife involved. Possibly grooming her to be First Lady.
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – EXCLUSIVE: Florida‘s Gov. Ron DeSantis and his wife, Casey DeSantis, sat down with Fox News Digital in a joint interview during which they reiterated their commitment to keeping Florida free in addition to announcing a new focus on cancer research and children’s mental health in the months following the first lady’s breast cancer diagnosis.
Casey DeSantis told Fox News Digital on Monday that she feels “really good” and is starting to get her energy back again, after announcing she completed her final round of chemotherapy for breast cancer in January. She said she was motivated by her family, including children Madison, 5, Mason, 3, and Maime, 22 months, to continue fighting.
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