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Collapsing at Home, DeSantis Travels to Israel and Proclaims He Moved U.S. Embassy to Jerusalem, Not President Trump

Collapsing at Home, DeSantis Travels to Israel and Proclaims He Moved U.S. Embassy to Jerusalem, Not President Trump

Welcome back to another edition of our conservative news show, where we bring you all the latest headlines from a right-wing perspective. Today, we’re discussing the recent news that Florida Governor Ron DeSantis collapsed at his home and was rushed to the hospital. Thankfully, he is reportedly in stable condition, and we wish him a speedy recovery.

But while the governor was recuperating, he still managed to make waves in the political world by traveling to Israel and making a proclamation about the U.S. embassy in Jerusalem. In a bold move, DeSantis claimed that the credit for moving the embassy should go to him, not President Trump. He argued that he had lobbied for the move when he was a congressman, and that the president only followed through on his suggestion.

Of course, liberals are up in arms about this claim, insisting that Trump deserves all the credit for the embassy move. But we as conservatives know better. We know that it takes a team effort to get things done in politics, and that DeSantis played a crucial role in getting the embassy moved.

This latest headline is just another example of the kind of bold, pro-America leadership we’re seeing from Republicans across the country. From DeSantis to Texas Governor Greg Abbott, we’re seeing leaders who are unafraid to stand up for our values and fight for what’s right. And let’s not forget the accomplishments of the Trump White House administration – from record low unemployment rates to historic peace deals in the Middle East, they proved that conservative policies work.

So let’s keep our heads up, patriots, and continue to fight for a better, stronger America. We may face obstacles and setbacks, but we know that with bold, principled leadership, we can achieve great things.

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