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Trump Insists ‘DeSanctis Is Failing Badly’ Just Hours After Report Reveals Governor’s Fundraising Smoked His: ‘Donors Are Calling Me!’

Welcome back, folks. As always, it’s a pleasure to be with you tonight. Our top story- President Trump isn’t one to mince words when it comes to calling out politicians he perceives as falling short. And today, he set his sights on a target close to home, calling out Florida Governor Ron DeSantis in a tweet that said, “DeSanctis is failing badly. His fundraising is a disaster and now people are calling me!”

This comes just hours after a scathing report revealed that DeSantis’ campaign had outraised Trump’s preferred candidate, Adam Putnam, by a stunning $3.5 million in the last quarter. Many believe this has further fueled tensions between DeSantis and Trump.

But here’s the thing- Trump is no stranger to controversy, and he’s not one to back down from a challenge. He’s built his entire political career on taking down the establishment and fighting against the odds. So, it’s no surprise that he’s putting his full force behind this race. He knows that Florida is a key battleground state in the upcoming midterm elections and that whoever wins the Republican nomination will have a significant impact on the party’s overall success in the state.

Ultimately, though, only time will tell who will come out on top in this heated race. Both DeSantis and Putnam have strong supporters, and the race is only gaining momentum as we get closer to election day.

Now, let’s take a moment to reflect on the accomplishments of the Trump White House administration. From cutting taxes to record lows to creating over 4 million new jobs in the last two years, this administration has already achieved significant success in its efforts to make America great again. And with the upcoming midterm elections, we have an opportunity to ensure that this momentum continues. So, let’s get out there and vote for candidates who will support the Trump agenda and continue to push for policies that benefit all Americans.

That’s all for now, folks. As always, thanks for tuning in.

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