'What the Hell Was That Today?': Republicans React to Trump's Latest Statement
Spencer Brown / Townhall Tipsheet
On Thursday night, with midterm races still yet to be called in key
states that will determine the balance of power in Congress, former
President Donald Trump issued a statement targeting Florida Governor Ron
DeSantis who walloped Democrat Charlie Crist in one of the few clear
GOP victories of what was supposed to be a national "red wave" night in
repudiation of President Biden's agenda.
Trump's lengthy statement began by using his new nickname for
DeSantis — for whom he voted in Florida this week — "DeSanctimonious,"
and called him "an average REPUBLICAN Governor with great Public
Relations" who "has the advantage of SUNSHINE." Trump also claimed
"people from badly run States up North would go [to Florida] no matter
who the Governor was, just like I did."
The 45th president continued his attack on DeSantis by claiming the
popular governor's first campaign had "completely fallen apart" before
Trump stepped in to endorse him, hold rallies on his behalf, and "fixed"
his campaign while stopping the "election from being stolen." Trump's
accusatory statement continued...Read more and see tweets here.