DeSantis discussed the recent debate with Newsom, who ran against Trump while in NH

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DeSantis discussed the recent debate with Newsom, who ran against Trump while in NH

Republican presidential candidate Ron DeSantis spent a snowy Monday on the main campaign trail in the North Country and the Lakes Region. WMUR Political Director Adam Sexton spoke with the Florida governor on Monday afternoon in Laconia about a recent debate he hopes will take place. will create momentum for his campaign.”I’ve never been in a room with someone who tells so many false things. It’s amazing,” DeSantis said. Ron DeSantis highlighted his recent debate with California Gov. as an example of what he argued were the different paths of states run by Republicans and Democrats. the direction where crime is bad, homelessness is bad, taxes are high, and people are leaving. Florida has low taxes, a strong economy, low crime, and people are moving to the state,” DeSantis said. The DeSantis campaign is looking for a spark as former UN Ambassador Nikki Haley gains momentum. and the front-runner, former President Donald Trump, continues to attack and mock the Florida governor, recently comparing him to a “seriously wounded bird.” DeSantis was asked if the attacks were personal. attack. “No, it’s recognition,” he said. “I’m the only one running to beat Trump for the nomination. That’s pretty obvious. “While polls show Trump has a big lead, not all of his support in New Hampshire is locked in. Some voters in that base still want to see DeSantis for themselves. “There are a lot of people who support Trump; I am one,” said Jill Pearson of Laconia. “But that’s why I came here today. I want to see him face-to-face and hear him answer questions. What will happen in New Hampshire? “Oh, we look good in New Hampshire,” he said. “I think every competition shapes the next competition. And I think we just finished 99 counties in Iowa. We put a lot of time into it. And that’s going to pay dividends for us.” The fourth Republican presidential debate is Wednesday night in Tuscaloosa, Alabama.

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Republican presidential candidate Ron DeSantis spent a snowy Monday on the primary campaign trail in the North Country and the Lakes Region.

WMUR Political Director Adam Sexton spoke with the Florida governor Monday afternoon in Laconia about a recent debate that he hopes will generate momentum for his campaign.

“I’ve never been in a room with someone who said so many things that weren’t true. It’s rare,” DeSantis said.

Ron DeSantis highlighted his recent debate with California Governor Gavin Newsom as an example of what he sees as diverging paths in states run by Republicans and Democrats.

“Well, actually, it’s like the difference between New Hampshire, the Live Free and Die state, and ‘Tax-achusetts,’ because California has gone in the direction where crime is bad, homelessness is bad, there are high taxes, and people leave. Florida has low taxes, a strong economy, low crime, and people move to the state,” DeSantis said.

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The DeSantis campaign is looking for a spark as former UN Ambassador Nikki Haley gains momentum and the front-runner, former President Donald Trump, continues to attack and mock the Florida governor, recently comparing him to a “seriously injured bird.”

DeSantis was asked if the attacks were personal.

“No, it’s recognition,” he said. “I’m the only one running that can beat Trump for the nomination. That much is clear.”

While polls show Trump with a big lead, not all of his support in New Hampshire is locked in.

Some voters in that base still want to see DeSantis for themselves.

“There’s a lot of Trump people—I’m one,” said Jill Pearson of Laconia. “But that’s why I came here today. I want to see him face-to-face and hear him answer questions.”

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DeSantis has focused his campaign heavily on Iowa and has already made a prediction about what will happen in New Hampshire.

“Oh, we look good in New Hampshire,” he said. “I think every competition shapes the next competition. And I think that we’ve finished 99 counties in Iowa. paying dividends for us.”

The fourth Republican presidential debate is Wednesday night in Tuscaloosa, Alabama.