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Is Ron’s Selfish “2024 Dream” Over Before It Ever Got Off The Ground?

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Stay in Florida, Ron. Trust me, this won’t end well for you…  This is what DeSantis’s followers should tell him as reports persist that he is collaborating with the Republican establishment and NeverTrump to begin a campaign geared at destroying MAGA and President Trump for good.

According to sources, DeSantis is now assembling his campaign staff and will likely declare his candidacy in June. It’s still a “rumor,” but he hasn’t rejected all the continual buzz about a possible presidential candidacy, since this scheme is genuine and has been ongoing for a long time.

President Trump is fully aware of this, which is why he has been criticizing DeSantis, who, by the way, is a backstabber par excellence.

If it weren’t for President Trump dragging his frail body across the finish line against a meth-addicted, bisexual criminal, DeSantis wouldn’t even have the position.

Ron will commit political suicide if he does not change direction and abandon this suicidal mission to dethrone Trump.

And when Trump supporters begin to fight back, we are already beginning to witness the first indicators of this political suicide.

The Hill said that Florida Governor Ron DeSantis (R) is the most formidable opponent to former President Trump’s chances of recovering the GOP presidential nomination; nevertheless, his popularity may be waning.

A new Harvard CAPS/Harris Survey given exclusively to The Hill on Friday shows Trump with a 46 percent to 23 percent advantage against DeSantis. DeSantis’ support has decreased by 5 points since last month, when he trailed Trump by 20 points in the same survey.

Yet, DeSantis’ standing in a hypothetical primary field without Trump may be more worrisome. 39 percent of GOP voters indicated they would support DeSantis for the nomination if Trump were not in the race, although this is 10 points lower than his standing in January.

In the same survey, support for former Vice President Mike Pence increased to 17 percent, while support for former United Nations ambassador and South Carolina governor Nikki Haley increased to 10 percent, five points higher than where she was last month.

Ron, that is not how it works.

Remain in Florida, and if you’re looking for something to do when you’re “termed-out” as governor, write a book or get a job at Fox, but DON’T DO THIS.

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