GAME CHANGER: Ron DeSantis Just Sent THIS Surprise Message To Donald Trump. Incredible.

(Liberty Bell) – Florida Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis has announced he’s dropping out of the 2024 presidential race and will back former President Donald Trump for the White House. This is a huge move as DeSantis was the second place candidate behind Trump in polling data and in the Iowa caucuses. However, Trump obliterated all of his competition in Iowa, defeating DeSantis himself by 30 points, taking in over 50 percent of the ballots cast in the state’s primary.

A report from The Western Journal revealed that the Florida governor took to social media and posted a video announcing the suspension of his presidential campaign, utilizing a quote from the legendary Winston Churchill, saying, “Success is not final, failure is not fatal: it is the courage to continue that counts.”

“DeSantis noted that his decision is coming after Trump’s dominant win in the Iowa caucuses on Jan. 15, where he won 51 percent of the vote,” the piece said.

“Following our second-place finish in Iowa, we prayed and deliberated on the way forward,” he remarked in the video.

“If there is anything I could do to produce a favorable campaign outcome … I would do it. But I can’t ask our supporters to volunteer their time and donate their resources if we don’t have a clear path to victory,” he stated. “Accordingly, I am today suspending my campaign.”

This is an excellent move by DeSantis. Rather than putting his own ambition at the forefront and potentially hurting the best chance we have of winning in the general election, he’s taking a step back, knowing this is how he can best serve the whole country.

“It’s clear to me that a majority of Republican primary voters want to give Donald Trump another chance,” DeSantis commented.

“They watched his presidency get stymied by relentless resistance, and they see Democrats using lawfare to this day to attack him,” he explained.

If New Hampshire turns out to be anything like Iowa, Nikki Haley is probably not going to have a good showing. Trump’s pull of the vote in Iowa was just astounding, breaking the previous record of Republican presidential candidate Bob Dole in the late 80s by an obscene amount.

And while DeSantis acknowledged he has some issues with Trump, he referred to the former president as being “superior to the incumbent, Joe Biden. That is clear.”

“I signed a pledge to support the Republican nominee, and I will honor that pledge. He has my endorsement because we can’t go back to the old Republican guard of yesteryear a repackage formed of warmed-over corporatism that Nikki Haley represents,” DeSantis added.

“The days of putting Americans last, of kowtowing to large corporations, of caving to woke ideology are over,” he continued.

So given the pretty intense exchanges between Trump and DeSantis, how does the former president feel about the Florida governor stepping back from the race and backing his campaign?

An article from Fox News says, “Former President Trump said he is ‘very honored’ by Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis’ endorsement in the GOP presidential nomination race, telling Fox News Digital he is looking forward ‘to working together with him to beat Joe Biden.'”

“Very honored to have his endorsement,” Trump asserted in a statement given to Fox News Digital. “I look forward to working together with him to beat Joe Biden, who is the worst and most corrupt president in the history of our country.”

Fox also disclosed that a number of other conservatives were thrilled to see DeSantis make the move toward backing Trump and dropping out of the race ahead of the New Hampshire primary on Tuesday.

“GREAT move by Governor Ron DeSantis! President @realDonaldTrump is uniting the GOP & we are closer than ever to taking our country back! #Trump2024,” former Arizona gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake penned on X.

“Trump has 55% support among those likely to vote in the primary, compared to Haley’s 36% support and DeSantis’ 6% support, a Suffolk University, the Boston Globe and NBC10 poll found. Other polls have found a tighter margin between Trump and Haley, including a CNN poll that found Trump has 50% support to Haley’s 39%,” the report divulged.

It’ll be interesting to see who comes out ahead in New Hampshire, but it looks as if all roads lead to Trump. However, in politics, things are unpredictable.

Copyright 2024.


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