Florida Governor Ron DeSantis and California Governor Gavin Newsom Reach Agreement to Hold Debate
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis has agreed to California Governor Gavin Newsom's challenge for a debate. DeSantis made the announcement during...
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis accepts challenge for debate
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis has agreed to California Governor Gavin Newsom's challenge for a debate. DeSantis made the announcement during an interview on Fox News with Sean Hannity, who will host the debate. When asked about Newsom's offer, DeSantis responded positively, saying he is "game" for the debate.
DeSantis confident in Florida's success compared to California
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis expressed his confidence in Florida's success compared to California during a recent speech. He stated that the debate between the two states has already been settled as people have been voting with their feet by leaving California in large numbers. DeSantis's remarks were met with applause from the audience.
DeSantis argues debate is crucial for the future of the country
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis claims that Florida is the top state for net in-migration, with a strong economy, education system, and low crime rate. He argues that the upcoming debate is crucial for the future of the country, as he believes that people like Joe Biden want to replicate the issues faced by California in the rest of the United States.
DeSantis suggests Biden may not be the Democratic nominee
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis has suggested that Joe Biden may not even be the Democratic nominee for the upcoming presidential election. He mentioned the possibility of other candidates like Gavin Newsom or Kamala Harris taking the lead. DeSantis expressed concern that such a direction would further accelerate the decline of America and emphasized the need to reverse this trend.
This content is a tweet from an individual discussing the debate between California and Florida and the future of the country. The person mentions that people have been "voting with their feet" for years, implying that they are choosing to move to one state over the other. They express their willingness to discuss their plans to reverse the decline in the country.
DeSantis trailing only Trump in Republican primary
According to a tweet by Ron DeSantis, he is currently trailing only former President Donald Trump in the Republican Party presidential primary. This information is based on a poll conducted by The New York Times/Siena, which is considered the top poll in the nation by FiveThirtyEight.
Pence, Scott, and Haley leading potential Republican candidates
According to a recent poll, former Vice President Mike Pence, Senator Tim Scott, and former South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley are leading the pack of potential Republican candidates for the next presidential election. None of the other candidates managed to reach double-digit support, with the remaining contenders polling at 3% or less.
Trump has slight lead but supporters open to other candidates
According to a recent poll conducted by The New York Times/Siena, Donald Trump currently has a slight lead with just over 50% of the vote. However, the poll also revealed that almost half of the respondents who support Trump, 46%, are open to considering other candidates.