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DeSantis Impresses Voters In New Hampshire Ahead Of 2024 Announcement

  Florida Governor   Ron DeSantis   traveled to New Hampshire late this week where he met with voters, state lawmakers, and the state’s gove...

 Florida Governor Ron DeSantis traveled to New Hampshire late this week where he met with voters, state lawmakers, and the state’s governor just days ahead of his anticipated announcement that he will be running for president in 2024.

The Washington Post reported that New Hampshire Governor Chris Sununu said after an hour-long meeting with DeSantis that the two had “a great relationship.” Sununu, who is rumored to be contemplating a long-shot bid for the White House, has taken shots at former President Donald Trump, saying that Trump “is positioning himself to be a four-time loser in 2024.”

DeSantis met with voters at the Red Arrow Diner in Manchester where he was very well received by many who thanked him for what he has accomplished in Florida.

DeSantis, 44, focused on talking to voters in the Granite State about economic and family issues like school choice, tax cuts, crime, and inflation, The New York Times reported.

DeSantis told donors during a call earlier this week that he believes he is the only Republican who can beat Trump and who can beat Biden.

“You have basically three people at this point that are credible in this whole thing,” DeSantis said. “Biden, Trump and me. And I think of those three, two have a chance to get elected president — Biden and me, based on all the data in the swing states.”

DeSantis has been busy racking up large lists of endorsements in recent days, including 37 state lawmakers in Iowa, approximately 50 state lawmakers in New Hampshire, and 99 out of 113 Republicans in the Florida state legislature.

DeSantis held a roundtable discussion in Bedford with many of the Republican lawmakers who are backing him instead of the former president where he spoke about a variety of issues and many of the victories that he has achieved as governor of Florida.


“These fights are not easy,” DeSantis said. “I think when you look, there’s a reason why things have gotten crazy in this country, because there’s a lot of powerful people that want it to be, a lot of institutions push that direction. When you kind of step out and you speak truth, you get a lot of blowback for that, but I think what I found in Florida is no governor ever received more incoming, I would say in modern history, than me, during my first term, particularly with COVID, but it really went on after that, a lot of narratives generated.”

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