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Donald Trump Rages Against Ron Debucrates

A new tantrum for the former president

Trump rages against Ron “Depocrates”

Former President Donald Trump faces his opponent, Ron DeSantis. Trump issued a lengthy statement Thursday mocking DeSantis.


Donald Trump rages against Ron Dientis once again.

Donald Trump (76) has already announced it: He’s facing Florida Governor Ron DeSantis (44). Trump nicknamed him Ron “DeScheinheilig.” In a lengthy statement, DeSantis described him as a lightweight politician who came to him when he was running for his first term in 2017.

“Ron DeSantis had low approval ratings, bad polls and no money, but he said he could win if you supported him,” Trump wrote on his social network Truth.

Trump is angry at the prospect of his nomination

He continues to get angry: “I also fixed his campaign which completely broke down.” Trump then complains that DeSantis is “playing games.” He did so by refusing to rule out running for president in 2024. Trump warns that if he does, he will be defeated.

Trump keeps yelling about the governor of Florida. He writes, “Fake news asks him if he will run when President Trump is running, and he says, ‘I’m just focused on the governor’s race, I’m not looking to the future.'” He then goes on to say, ‘Well, in terms of loyalty and class, that’s not really the right answer. .”

Connoisseur USA Brühweiler: “Biden cannot compete with DeSantis in 2024”(11:27)

DeSantis achieves a landslide victory

Trump’s outburst of anger at DeSantis may be due to his now deteriorating reputation in the party. After the midterm elections, in which Republicans have yet to win the expected large majority in the House of Representatives, many party members blamed Donald Trump. Some are toppling the former president and distancing themselves from him.

The poor performance of Trump-backed candidates has sparked a debate within Republicans over who is best to lead the party into 2024. DeSantis’ landslide victory in Florida has sparked voices that DeSantis is the better candidate. (European Union)