TRUMP FORCE ONE — Former President Donald Trump said Republican Florida Governor Ron DeSantis will “probably” be his biggest challenger in the presidential primaries leading up to 2024.
DeSantis has yet to announce a 2024 presidential bid, but has not ruled it out. Polls show the Florida governor is Trump’s biggest opponent, with the only two other Republican candidates that have announced — Nikki Haley and Vivek Ramaswamy — trailing far behind the two.
A reporter on board Trump Force One asked Trump if DeSantis was going to be his biggest “challenger” in the primaries.
Trump replied, “I would say probably so, but you never know what happens, it could change. I think that we’re not going to have much of a challenge.”
He continued, “We ran a great country. We had the greatest economy in history. We had the greatest success ever,” touting his military reforms, tax cuts, deregulation and Israeli peace negotiations.
Trump said, “We did as well as anybody has ever done. We created, in my administration, the greatest economy in the history of our country, and no-one can even dispute it. And then we got hit with COVID, and we did it again.”
He noted that voters will vote for him because “they miss those times.”
Trump Says DeSantis Is ‘Probably’ His Biggest Challenger For 2024
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