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Ron DeSantis Exits 2024 Race, Backs Trump

Ron DeSantis

US election 2024: Ron DeSantis drops out of 2024 presidential race and endorses Donald Trump
Trump is expected to win the New Hampshire Republican presidential primary, but Florida Governor Ron DeSantis withdraws from the 2024 presidential race.
Former US President Donald Trump looks set to score another major victory in the 2024 Republican nomination, with polls showing him leading in Tuesday’s Republican primary in New Hampshire. Florida Gov. Ron DeSanti dropped out of the 2024 presidential race on Sunday.

A new CNN poll released on Sunday showed Trump’s approval rating in New Hampshire at 50%, surpassing Nikki Haley’s 39%, and DeSantis’s approval rating at only 6%. The poll results are consistent with recent polls in the state conducted by other news organizations.

Trump won more than 50% of the vote in Iowa’s Republican caucuses last week, easily doubling Ron DeSantis and Haley.

Ron DeSantis ended his Republican presidential bid on Sunday as a result, failing to live up to expectations that he would pose a serious challenge to former President Donald Trump.

Ron DeSantis announced his decision on social media

Ron DeSantis is running for president in 2024, and early polls show him in a strong position to challenge Trump. He and his allies have amassed a political fortune of more than $100 million and have credited themselves with setting records for pushing bills through on issues important to many Republicans, including abortion.

But such advantages failed to withstand the reality of presidential politics in 2014. From the initial high-profile announcement of technical glitches to the ongoing turmoil in his campaign and strategy, DeSantis has struggled to find his footing in the primary. Ron DeSantis ended his presidential bid after a single vote, putting his political future in doubt.

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Trump and Haley had a fierce confrontation this weekend

South Carolina’s party primary is more than a month away, but Trump is seeking to undermine Haley’s standing as the state’s governor, where she once served. Many South Carolina officials who support Trump traveled to New Hampshire, 1,300 kilometers away, to speak for Trump.

“To the people of New Hampshire,” Trump said at a rally, “you just need to understand that Haley is a globalist, a liberal, a Biden supporter through and through, and has never been a Trump person.” Almost every leader in the state of Lorena is on our side. We have almost everyone.”

Haley, the U.S.-born son of Indian immigrants, was also said by Trump to not be American enough. He deliberately misspelled Haley’s last name as “Nimbra” on multiple occasions on the Truth social media platform.

Haley said 77-year-old Trump’s mental acuity is declining and said neither Trump nor 81-year-old Biden should lead the country.

“If you look at it recently, there’s a lot of things. I mean, he said Biden was going to lead us into World War II. I guess he meant World War III,” Haley said. “He said he was running against President Obama. He never ran against President Obama. He said I made Congress insecure on January 6th. I was not in Congress on January 6th.”

Haley said Sunday, “Don’t be surprised if an 80-year-old man takes office; their mental stability will continue to decline.”

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