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Why Governor Ron DeSantis won't run in 2024

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Posted By: FlyRight, 3/29/2023 4:27:58 AM

The entire nation is waiting for the day when Governor Ron DeSantis announces whether or not he will be running for president in 2024. The media are definitely on the edge of their seats. Speculation is flying, and so is the chatter concerning how he will stack up against former president Trump. Plenty believe "quite well." Thus, they anticipate an announcement revealing that Governor Ron DeSantis will be running. I don't agree, however. In my opinion, Governor Ron DeSantis will sit 2024 out. No doubt, I am one of the very few,

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Reply 1 - Posted by: jayjeti 3/29/2023 4:31:01 AM (No. 1436050)
Yes, the author is one of the few. DeSantis is giving a lot of indications he will announce. He's also making the talk show circuit like someone who will announce. It might be way later in the summer, but he will run in 2024.
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Reply 2 - Posted by: globalwarmer 3/29/2023 5:13:39 AM (No. 1436062)
A repeat of the Reagan ascendancy is the perfect scenario for DeSantis and the GOP, so count me as one of the few. It will stop all the political attack rhetoric between Trump and DeSantis, allow a smoother transition to the office for both, and totally befuddle the hostile media.
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Reply 3 - Posted by: Rinktum 3/29/2023 6:05:40 AM (No. 1436072)
It’s pretty simple. If DeSantis loves the country more than his political ambitions, he will sit this one out. I do believe he would make an excellent VP. He is a doer and fixer much like Trump and the two of them could do amazing things in Washington. Imagine, if Trump unleashed him on the deep state and corrupt agencies. He’s a lawyer with a strong moral compass and PDT is going to have a massive amount of work to do domestically with our financial debacle not to mention the work that has to be done on the foreign front. It is going to be critical if we are to regain our standing and cease the endless wars the neocons are so enamored with. My hope is that both men can sit down and work out their issues and unleash an absolute conservative agenda that will pull this country back from the edge of the abyss, that is if Biden doesn’t bankrupt the country or start WWIII. There is a place for both, but as a team they would be a force to be reckoned with. I believe this could be done if DeSantis’s consultants were wise. Unfortunately, these individuals have one goal and that is to strengthen their brand as the political consultant who got their guy elected. They don’t care one bit about what the country needs. If Trump and DeSantis joined forces, the rest of the team should just pack it in. We’ll see how it shakes out but I hope they can make it work.
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Reply 4 - Posted by: petrichor 3/29/2023 6:47:19 AM (No. 1436091)
Call me ambivalent. I think DeSantis has a better chance of winning, but I don't know if it's possible for a Republican to ever win again with mail-in (fraudulent) ballots available. I'm not looking forward to Republicans attacking each other for the next year. I'd still vote Trump, considering his opponents on the other side, but I think Trump is getting uglier by the day.
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Reply 5 - Posted by: anniebc 3/29/2023 7:03:32 AM (No. 1436105)
There might not even be elections in 2024. Legal elections, I mean.
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Reply 6 - Posted by: Daisymay 3/29/2023 7:25:15 AM (No. 1436114)
I don't think anyone should question Governor DeSantis' "Love for His Country". He DID Serve his Country, Trump did not. I don't see anyone questioning Trump's "Love". If the Governor choses to run, he has every right. Do we really think that Nobody should run just so Trump can win? If Trump can't beat DeSantis during the Primary, it's then not HIS time! I don't expect he should just be handed the Nomination by asking Others to stand down to clear the way for him!! We have a Primary for a reason, to see who the Best Candidate would be to run against the Democrat. Let it play out. It will be a Blood Bath most likely, but still, let the Best man, or woman, win!
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Reply 7 - Posted by: msjena 3/29/2023 7:36:33 AM (No. 1436118)
I might not be willing to predict this but I think it is a good analysis of why DeSantis should not run now.
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Reply 8 - Posted by: paral04 3/29/2023 7:55:31 AM (No. 1436130)
I hope the author of this piece is right. I want him to finish this term and get someone in to follow him who will continue his policy's. I will happily support his run in 2028.
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Reply 9 - Posted by: bpl40 3/29/2023 8:06:47 AM (No. 1436141)
Those that are supporting DeSantis are more interested in ruining Trump than getting a Republican elected. DeSantis is too smart not to know this. Perhaps he thinks he can use them more than they can use him. I see more hubris than judgement.
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Reply 10 - Posted by: F15 Gork 3/29/2023 8:19:22 AM (No. 1436148)
As a Floridian I hope DeSantis stays right where he is and goes for it in ‘28. 2024 will be a wraslin match in a mud puddle.
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Reply 11 - Posted by: nina584 3/29/2023 8:24:42 AM (No. 1436155)
I hate to tell you..Trump will not win. People are tired of his mouth which is a toilet. He made some good policies but he made tons of mistakes some which are living with us today. Take a look at Miley and Powell. He allowed the FBI and the DOJ to undermine his presidency. He allowed the dwarf to basically shut down the country. Jan 6 (his creation) was used to infiltrate the MAGA crowd and some are still in jail or sentenced to long years in prison.Not word from the mouth that speaks 24 hours a day in defense of his jailed followers.He needs to go and allow the younger generation to save what’s left of the country.
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Reply 12 - Posted by: MissNan 3/29/2023 8:31:42 AM (No. 1436162)
I don’t think Ron DeSantis will run for president in 2024 and I don’t think he will ever run as Trump’s VP.
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Reply 13 - Posted by: Geoman 3/29/2023 8:32:58 AM (No. 1436163)
The Ever Trumpers, the more numerous polar opposites of the Never Trumpers, preach holding DeSantis to standards they would never apply to Trump, the obvious reason being that Trump could not meet them, but that is the nature of politics, I suppose. The author lists reasons why she believes DeSantis won't run in 2024; however, she seems to be basing her theory on self-centered, personality-driven attributes that would apply more readily to Trump, unless one only became aware of Trump as a political animal in 2015 and knew nothing of Trump in the 1970s, 1980s, and 1990s. Ever Trumpers love to insinuate DeSantis is a bit cozy with the donor class, while ignoring that Trump was a member of that donor class.
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Reply 14 - Posted by: felixcat 3/29/2023 9:15:31 AM (No. 1436206)
Gov DeSantis should wait until 2028. He is still young and his brand is only growing. Hopefully Trump wins (in spite of his toilet mouth - cheap shot #11) in 2024 and rebuilds this country so DeSantis can continue making the USA bigger and better in 2028 and 2032. My fear is the political consultants, the advisors and money men/women behind the scenes of DeSantis who don't really care about America - just cementing their power and wealth and status at our expense. Trump doesn't quite have that need for these powerbrokers so he isn't quite as beholden. As for Trump not cleaning out the FBI, DOJ, etc - let me remind some of our newer commenters here and who don't know a thing about the federal government and the Executive branch agencies, that Mitch McConnell made it very clear to Trump that only those nominees that McConnell approved would be allowed to get Senate confirmation so even if Trump fired all those political employees like Wray, etc., not getting HIS people in positions wouldn't really solve anything as McConnell had a chokehold on Trump's nominees.
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Reply 15 - Posted by: MDConservative 3/29/2023 9:48:13 AM (No. 1436238)
The dilemma is the '24 Trump running mate. Certainly Trump can't stand any upstaging. And who will he choose? Whoever it might be is the blessed one for MAGA nation, anointed to lead the Dynasty into '28 and beyond. DeSantis, announcing he will pass in '24 will be derided by Trump and surrogates as yellow, afraid of the campaign ahead. He will be running from the already flowing whisper campaign worthy of LBJ. He may be GAY, you know. Molests underage girls, too. Those salivating for a Trump-DeSantis ticket can look further. Trump has trashed him. If DeSantis does not run he will be no more than maybe a US Senator someday, while today's Trumpistas become tomorrow's Romneybots and McCainiacs.
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Reply 16 - Posted by: Moritz55 3/29/2023 9:51:43 AM (No. 1436241)
I doubt that DeSantis will run. I also doubt that Trump will get off his pity pot and focus on the future. Where does that leave us for 2024?
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Reply 17 - Posted by: fysammy 3/29/2023 10:01:59 AM (No. 1436246)
(Disclaimer: Always been a Trump guy.) Trump will not be re-elected unless he stops the childish10th Grade attacks on his fellow Reublicans and focuses on the issues that made him the "greatest President since Reagan." Since 2020, The Biden presidency has been an easy target. Run on his specific plans and programs to bring America Back from this nightmare!
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Reply 18 - Posted by: Rama41 3/29/2023 10:02:21 AM (No. 1436247)
Regardless of the predictable high word/thought ratio responses, this is no more than another Trump fever dream. DeSantis is coming.
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Reply 19 - Posted by: 2assume 3/29/2023 10:41:05 AM (No. 1436296)
Desantis is a powerful man as Governor. He sets a wonderful example for other Governors. He has done and can do great things. He would be foolish to run for President because there is a good chance another election will be stolen if by that time there is a country left. Let’s keep the good men in the places where they can make a difference. I like Trump but right now he is in no position to do anything but run his mouth.
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Reply 20 - Posted by: Zigrid 3/29/2023 11:09:26 AM (No. 1436333)
I think Laura is that the big money dudes are falling away from sanctimonious's not gonna be so easy...and sanctimonious is not a fighter like Senator Cruz...if you check his work in the House years ago... you'll see the real man...and who he is...then he asked for President Trump's help and he got it...he won...and got full of himself...believing the bushes and chenys that he should run...and who's minding Florida as he travels across the media circus...he'll never get my vote!!
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Reply 21 - Posted by: Strike3 3/29/2023 11:25:25 AM (No. 1436344)
Trump accomplished more in four years than any US president in history. If he wants to have a little fun with name-calling and tweeting, we can allow him that minor transgression. Trump is not a politician and what he accomplished came from instinct, experience and knowledge of the financial world. He didn't "allow" the Deep State, it was embedded in Washington long before him. DeSantis has not been on Earth long enough to have evolved anywhere near that level but go ahead, trash Trump and vote for second-best. It's still a free country - for now.
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Reply 22 - Posted by: WesternTradition 3/29/2023 1:18:37 PM (No. 1436445)
Trump/Lake '24.
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Reply 23 - Posted by: SALady 3/29/2023 1:40:50 PM (No. 1436460)
DeSantis has nothing to gain, and everything to lose, by running in 2024!!! He is a smart man. He has good conservative principles. But there is too large of a MAGA base out there that firmly believes that Donald Trump was robbed in 2020, and deserves to have another chance in 2024, for DeSantis to have a realistic chance to win in the Republican primaries. DeSantis needs to sit this one out, very publicly support Trump, and spend the those 4 years building up his conservative credentials. Then he will be the undisputed front-runner and have the full support of the MAGA voting block, and the financial backing and full support of Donald Trump, in 2028!!! Not that long ago, you could run and lose, and then come back and run again a few years later. But I really don't believe that is the case anymore. DeSantis doesn't need that "stain" of being a loser on his resume. And by sitting out 2024, he will be a proven winner and a very smart politician.
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Reply 24 - Posted by: 49 Ford 3/29/2023 1:47:41 PM (No. 1436463)
The writer cuts through all the hype and speculation and makes an excellent case. Trump and DeSantis will never run against or with one another. And # 20, you could not be more wrong about our great governor.
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Reply 25 - Posted by: FJB 3/29/2023 1:54:17 PM (No. 1436466)
He's getting awfully good at those edgy denials. Stay down here, Gov. You've got plenty of time. Let President Trump slap the cr*p out of lefty Amerika.
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Reply 26 - Posted by: zoidberg 3/29/2023 3:07:57 PM (No. 1436517)
If Trump is domiciled in Florida, then DeSantis is prohibited from being his running mate.
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Reply 27 - Posted by: DanvilleBill 3/29/2023 5:07:06 PM (No. 1436617)
Question: Will the Trump supporters who say they will back DeSantis in '28 if he holds off the '24 go-around still support the Florida Governor if Trump JR decides to throw his hat in the 2028 presidential race running as MAGA 2.0? Answer: Nope.
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Reply 28 - Posted by: pensom2 3/29/2023 6:21:57 PM (No. 1436680)
I like this writer's analysis. If Trump appears to be in the ascendancy, DeSantis will pull back and avoid the degrading contest with Trump, because Trump has so many die-hard followers in the Republican party, and because Trump will surely get down in the mud with degrading, childish insults against anyone who dares to challenge him. Some folks suppose that DeSantis is in it to win it in 2024, no matter what. No way. DeSantis is humoring the crowd, raising his name recognition, making friends with Republicans around the country. And he'll keep doing so, because there remains a sliver of a chance that Trump could implode. Trump could have a heart attack or stroke, or could say something or do something really stupid between now and the Republican convention, cratering any chance of winning. In that unlikely--but possible--event, DeSantis needs to be ready to take charge and make himself available to save the day. But if Trump stays the course without stumbling over himself, DeSantis can step back and let Trump sail to victory (we hope) or defeat in November, 2024.
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Reply 29 - Posted by: HRJUNIOR 3/29/2023 8:17:43 PM (No. 1436756)
People do not recognize that GOD has selected Donald John Trump to be President for TWO terms and that there will not be any Presidential election in 2024. President Trump will soon be in the office of President until 2028.
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Reply 30 - Posted by: Lawsy0 3/29/2023 8:33:27 PM (No. 1436770)
It is unimaginable to me how anyone can think that Donald Trump owes anything to this country that maligned him continually. I would be beyond thrilled should he decide to run again. But he surely does not ''owe'' it to anyone to do so. I'm not a good one to ask why-the-hell not because I still have a raging inferno inside me about Covid, lockdowns, and people being forced to get the vaccine.
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Reply 31 - Posted by: doctorfixit 3/31/2023 4:07:15 AM (No. 1437710)
I'm very unhappy with Trump for his shabby treatment of DeSantis. Nevertheless, the nation is better served by having good governors to create sanctuaries for Freedom in the US. Democrats are going to steal the election again, and even if by some miracle Trump overcomes Democrat election rigging, once again he will be fighting the implacable corruption of every US institution. At this point the best Americans can hope for is gridlock. Please DeSantis, keep doing good work in Florida.
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Former Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson is running for president in 2024, he said Sunday. “I am going to be running. And the reason, as I’ve traveled the country for six months, I hear people talk about the leadership of our country, and I’m convinced that people want leaders that appeal to the best of America, and not simply appeal to our worst instincts,” Hutchinson said during an interview with Jonathan Karl on ABC’s “This Week.” “I believe I can be that kind of leader for the people of America.” Hutchinson will make a formal announcement later this month in Bentonville, Arkansas, he said. Hutchinson is entering the GOP primary at a tumultuous,
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Posted by ladydawgfan 4/1/2023 2:42:13 PM Post Reply
It must be frustrating at times to be Gavin Newsom. It’s true that he’s rich, has the striking good looks of a decades-old Ken doll accidentally uncovered in a landfill, and is the Governor of California. But he is also the governor of a state that probably set a record for hemorrhaging the largest number of citizens in the shortest amount of time in the history of this nation, or for that matter any other, during peacetime. He is the governor of cities that are losing businesses and gaining homeless camps. Poverty, lawlessness, and decay have become the hallmarks of cities
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