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What Trump needs to understand about criticizing DeSantis

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Posted By: Dreadnought, 3/22/2023 3:24:45 PM

New York City District Attorney Alvin Bragg is rumored to be ready to bring a sham indictment against former president Donald Trump for allegedly paying porn star Stormy Daniels during the 2016 presidential campaign to be quiet about a former affair. As of this writing, whether or not this happens remains to be seen. In the interim, political figures across the spectrum have weighed in on the matter, including Florida governor Ron DeSantis. Behaving eerily like leftist thought police, some staunch Trump-supporters had demanded that Governor DeSantis voice his unequivocal and unquestioning support for the former president. DeSantis did respond to inquiring reporters and spent almost three minutes

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Reply 1 - Posted by: Kate318 3/22/2023 4:00:04 PM (No. 1431173)
Anyone who uses the terms “Trumpists, Trumpistas, Trumptards,” or any variation of the same, immediately loses credibility. They reveal themselves to be the exact kind of childish bully that they accuse Trump of being. I like Ron DeSantis (or did) very much, but he is playing a coy, little game that is not going unnoticed. We know who Trump is, but we’re getting awfully confused about who the governor is.
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Reply 2 - Posted by: Jerseyden 3/22/2023 4:07:00 PM (No. 1431176)
Why would anyone be critical of Desantis for not blindly backing Trump. Trump was great for the country but has too many personal flaws. I can’t recall Trump ever saying positive things about people who are not expected to help him. If Trump is the nominee he gets my vote, but almost any republican would.
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Reply 3 - Posted by: janjan 3/22/2023 4:13:10 PM (No. 1431182)
This article is spot on.
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Reply 4 - Posted by: EQKimball 3/22/2023 5:11:41 PM (No. 1431228)
Those old enough to remember when former governor Ronald Reagan challenged sitting president Gerald Ford will recall the basic civility that existed between the two of them and within the party. Neither candidate took cheap shots. Despite his huge personal appeal and great affection for "the governor" of party activists, Gerald Ford prevailed in the primaries and won the nomination. Alas, times have changed, and not for the better.
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Reply 5 - Posted by: bad-hair 3/22/2023 6:11:26 PM (No. 1431252)
FTA ... In short, it's well past time Trump grew up. Those of us who went out on a limb to elect him, and who stayed on that limb for years thereafter defending him, are beyond tired of his sophomoric petulance. In a nutshell. Trump is a guaranteed one-term president. DeSantis two. Trump should be supporting him.
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Reply 6 - Posted by: Citoyen 3/22/2023 6:36:20 PM (No. 1431269)
If DeSantis declares it will be a hard vote for me in the Republican primary. Trump's victory in 2016 was glorious but for four years the attacks on him were wearying. Because of the vicious opposition he faced it was hard for me to coldly analyze the way he governed. I was on Team Trump so most of what he did and said I supported. Obviously he was a great president based on the economy, the border, his picks for the Supreme Court and international affairs. I know that he won in 2020 and that he was robbed. During the two years of Biden, the worst president in American history, I can look back on Trump's administration and recognize that in many respects he failed. There was no legislation during his term that corrected, or even paused, our country's lurch to the left. He spent like a drunken sailor, embroiled himself in petty spats with irrelevant people, installed useless drones in positions of power and didn't drain one inch of the swamp. He was rolled by the "experts" during the Covid hysteria. Worst, he didn't make a serious effort to widen his appeal to citizens who had not voted for him the first time around. During those two years Ron DeSantis has done in Florida what Trump didn't do in Washington. He changed the course of the state for the better and did so by providing his voters with what they wanted. He didn't engage in ridiculous squabbles. He installed competent and honorable people in his administration who got the job done. Sure, he isn't as fun as Trump but the country doesn't need an entertainer. Justice demands that Trump reenter the White House in 2025. I'm unsure whether he can win. He constantly alienates the mushy middle that he needs for victory and even irritates those who voted for him twice. I may prefer to vote for a man, who so far has accomplished, without the drama, what he said he would do, over the man who did so much good but too often appears to have not learned anything in the two years since he left the White House.
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Reply 7 - Posted by: 49 Ford 3/22/2023 6:57:05 PM (No. 1431279)
Thank you, # 6, for your excellent post.
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Reply 8 - Posted by: Aubreyesque 3/22/2023 7:09:12 PM (No. 1431281)
Gawd, you "Trump is too mean and his words bully me" people are TEDIOUS.
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Reply 9 - Posted by: earlybird 3/22/2023 7:35:29 PM (No. 1431292)
What #1 said. When some are finished building an absolutely perfect candidate, 100% guaranteed to win, who will do what Trump did while fighting off the Lilliputians, let us know, OK?
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Reply 10 - Posted by: earlybird 3/22/2023 7:39:26 PM (No. 1431297)
I don’t know who Christopher Skeet is? Do you? How presumptuous of him to write something like this about our President…
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Reply 11 - Posted by: Kate318 3/22/2023 8:33:43 PM (No. 1431335)
Very disingenuous of you, #6. Be fair. Governor DeSantis hasn’t had the full weight of democrats, his own party, and every alphabet agency and organization on the planet actively working against him. DeSantis was able to do what he did with a pro-active majority in his state legislature. Trump got RINOs, GOPe and traitors.
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Reply 12 - Posted by: Pegmo 3/22/2023 8:41:44 PM (No. 1431341)
Desantis is fair game. I appreciate someone pulling the marketing mask off of Ron and showing us the political truth
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Reply 13 - Posted by: Citoyen 3/22/2023 9:23:00 PM (No. 1431348)
#11, When Trump took office in 2017 Congress was controlled by Republicans. Were all these Republicans on board with his agenda? Of course not but it was Trump’s job to get them on board with either persuasion or pressure. He failed and the House flipped in 2018. People praise Trump for not being a politician but sometimes a shrewd politician, who know how to wield power, is just what we need. DeSantis is such a man.
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Reply 14 - Posted by: JoElla Bee 3/22/2023 9:33:48 PM (No. 1431353)
Kind of reminds me of Clinton’s triangulation strategy.
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Reply 15 - Posted by: Harlowe 3/22/2023 10:57:46 PM (No. 1431371)
#13~ “... it was Trump’s job to get them (Republicans in Congress) on board...he failed...the House flipped...” / Perhaps President Trump was a bit preoccupied with some things that were going on in 2017: Border wall Confederate monuments fall – violent rally in Charlottesville, VA Fake news Immigration James Comey firing Keystone XL pipeline protests Major votes on health care and tax reform Mass shootings – Las Vegas and Sutherland Springs, Texas NFL anthem protests North Korea missile launch tensions Opioid epidemic Paris Climate Agreement Record setting hurricane season – Harvey, Irma, Maria Russia election meddling – Trump Campaign & Russia – Mueller investigation Terror attacks around the world Travel ban for certain Muslim countries Wildfires in the West and Alaska Women’s march in D.C. How sad it is to suggest that even though President Trump may be a shrewd politician and knows how to wield power, it is Governor DeSantis that this country needs—that Governor DeSantis is such a man. Perhaps Governor DeSantis is such a man but to this point in time, he has not had the experience of leadership at the level of a President of this country that extends beyond the borders of this country—leadership that contends with worldwide events. Current dangerous national and world events requires experienced leadership—not someone inexperienced.
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Reply 16 - Posted by: earlybird 3/22/2023 11:17:30 PM (No. 1431377)
Skeet came out for DeSantis last November.
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Reply 17 - Posted by: YorkieMom 3/22/2023 11:23:47 PM (No. 1431381)
A very thoughtful post at #6 with no name calling. Some cannot handle anything but only praise for their favorite. I’ve never found a perfect person ever, especially a political person. When we get our nominee, I hope we all come together for that person, or we’ll get Joe, Kamala, Crooked, or Newsom. My fear we will anyway due to the cheating democrats.
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Reply 18 - Posted by: 5 handicap 3/23/2023 6:59:37 AM (No. 1431504)
IMHO, Trump"s integrity takes a big hit every time he says something as STUPID as Ron Sanctimonious! I find that disgusting!
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Reply 19 - Posted by: MickTurn 3/23/2023 9:55:49 AM (No. 1431632)
Trump has ONE fatal flaw. He's just nasty to those he doesn't care for. Can't he just shut his mouth and stick to the issues? I voted for Trump and will again but his constant name calling is just So Pathetic! Use that energy to Kick Democrap Azz and FIX AMERICA!
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