DeSantis-Trump Feud Fears May be Overblown as Donald Trump Endorses the Florida Governor for Re-election at Miami Rally and Crowd Cheers

At Sunday’s Save America rally in Miami Florida, former President Trump called on Floridians to re-elect Governor Ron DeSantis.

Jack Posobiec shared the moment on Twitter:

“BREAKING: Miami crowd cheers as Trump calls for Ron DeSantis to be re-elected as governor”

This less than 24 hours after Trump tried out a nickname at a rally in Pennsylvania for Governor DeSantis, referring to him as ‘Ron DeSanctimonius’. The Miami crowd was thrilled to hear the former president call for support of Florida’s Governor and they erupted into cheers.

Midterm elections are set for Tuesday, November 8th less than 2 days away. Control of the House and Senate are both up in the air. Polling shows that the House is set to go to the Republicans and the Senate is anyone’s guess.

Many Governor’s races are also too close to call including in New York where it appears that New York could have a Republican Governor something that hasn’t happened in decades.

Florida the governor’s race is set between Ron DeSantis and former Governor Charlie Crist. Crist was previously a Republican governor of the state but has since switched parties and wants the office back. Polling however seems to show that DeSantis will likely remain the Governor of Florida.

Many were in an uproar over Trump calling DeSantis ‘Ron DeSanctimonius’. It is speculated that the pair both have plans to run for the GOP nominee for president in 2024. Some are speculating that Trump will announce his bid in the middle of this month. DeSantis hasn’t said, either way, there have been many calls for him to make a go of it.

Many on the left are yearning to see the pair tear each other down and stated such after a video was shared where Trump tired out the nickname for DeSantis.

We may soon know who will be running for the GOP nomination but it’s anyone’s guess at this point.

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