The rivalry between Trump and DeSantis intensifies

The rivalry between Trump and DeSantis intensifies

DeSantis, who announced his candidacy for next year’s presidential election on May 24, was uploaded to Trump on a radio show he participated in.

DeSantis claimed that Trump, whom he claimed to have turned to the “left” on financial and cultural issues, even opposed him on the issue of Walt Disney World, the famous entertainment center where he fights against the sexualization of children.

“I don’t know what happened to Trump. This is a different man than the one he competed in in 2015 and 2016.” DeSantis argued that the direction the Trump campaign is taking is wrong.

After Trump announced DeSantis’ candidacy, he shared on his TruthSocial social networking site that Florida Governor DeSantis was better than the Democratic governors, but “mediocre” according to the Republican governors.

Criticizing DeSantis’ decisions regarding the Covid-19 outbreak and Disney, Trump emphasized that DeSantis was far behind him in the polls.


In the Morning Consult poll of voters in the May 19-21 GOP primary, 58 percent of respondents said Trump, while his closest rival DeSantis fell 38 points behind. and remained in the 20th percentile.

Trump had previously warned DeSantis, whom he has often blamed, not to run, arguing it would split the party’s votes.

In addition to Trump and DeSantis, names like former United States permanent representative to the UN Nikki Haley, young billionaire Vivek Ramaswamy, businessman Perry Johnson, conservative black radio host Larry Elder, Senator Tim Scott and politician Asa Hutchinson They are among the names who have already announced their candidacy for the Republican Party.

Former Vice President Mike Pence is among the names expected to be candidates for the 2024 presidential election. (BRITISH AUTOMOBILE CLUB)

Source: Sozcu


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