Friday, June 9, 2023

Signs of DeSantis’ presidential candidacy are growing. When will it be released?

Ron DeSantis has not yet said whether he will run for the White House in 2024.

But he is acting like he is.

On Saturday, Florida’s Republican governor was in Iowa, where the first GOP nominating contest takes place next year, anticipating the launch of a presidential campaign. There was also a tour bus encouraging Iowans to “Join Team DeSantis for President”.

At a fundraiser hosted by U.S. Representative Randy Feenstra, DeSantis flipped burgers, pressed meat and gave a speech continuing his accomplishments in Florida. Prior to his visit, the president of the Senate and the majority leader of the state House of Representatives have endorsed him as a presidential candidate, the Des Moines Register reported, even though he is not yet in the running.

“Governance isn’t entertaining, governing isn’t building a brand or speaking up on social media and pointing out virtue,” DeSantis said at the Fenestra event before a second appearance with the state GOP chairman later in the day. ” “Ultimately, it’s about winning and delivering results.”

DeSantis’ political team did not respond to a request for comment Saturday about his anticipated presidential launch. Its release is expected after the conclusion of Florida’s legislative session, which ended in early May.

There are already clear signs that you are preparing a declaration.

NBC reported Friday that DeSantis “is about to announce his presidential candidacy.” The governor and his staff will move to a new “official campaign home” in Tallahassee, a move that would trigger disclosure requirements with federal officials.

Back in Iowa, Never Back Down, a super PAC supporting DeSantis’ presidential campaign, was active. Erin Perrin, a spokeswoman for Never Back Down, posted photos and videos on Twitter of DeSantis interacting with Iowans and giving a speech at the Fenestra family’s annual picnic at the Sioux Center.

He also confirmed with the Miami Herald that the Super PAC bus promoting DeSantis was in Iowa on Saturday.

Meanwhile, former President Donald Trump, a declared candidate who shows leading a field of Republican hopefuls by a wide margin, was also expected Saturday night in Iowa for a rally in Des Moines.

But Trump canceled the outdoor rally after weather officials warned of possible tornadoes and severe weather in the area.

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