Donald Trump wasn’t smiling after this pro-DeSantis Super PAC offered to pay for his move out of the “worst state”

Apr 25, 2023

As 2024 heats up, Donald Trump continues to launch attacks on his only real rival, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis.

He has even called Florida the “worst state” in the country.

But Donald Trump wasn’t smiling after this pro-DeSantis Super PAC offered to pay for his move out of the “worst state.”

There is no question that former President Donald Trump is the frontrunner in the race to be the GOP’s nominee for President in 2024.

Only one man stands in his way

And even though there are a number of candidates who have already announced they are running against Trump, only one man stands in his way of securing his third nomination as the GOP candidate for President.

That man is Florida’s wildly popular Governor Ron DeSantis.

DeSantis is the only candidate who comes even close to Trump in any poll, despite not even being a candidate yet.

So of course Trump has unleashed a barrage of attacks on DeSantis as only Donald Trump can.

He’s called him names, like “Ron DeSanctimonious,” and attacked him on everything from policy to his stature.

And in one recent attack Trump even said that under DeSantis Florida had become “the worst state” in the country.

This attack may have just been one attack too far for many Republicans and conservatives who have applauded DeSantis on his conservative policy victories.

DeSantis has signed into law a six-week ban on abortions, a Constitutional Carry bill, and has taken on and defeated everyone from the LGBT radicals to the teachers union bosses and even Mickey Mouse himself.

Never Back Down

Now, a super PAC formed to aid DeSantis’ Presidential bid is saying it will chip in to help Donald Trump move to California.

“Donald Trump has so deeply disparaged the state of Florida by calling it the ‘worst state,’ we . . . will help him leave by offering financial assistance to help him move to his beloved California,” Chris Jankowski, CEO of the Never Back Down PAC, said in a sarcastic statement.

In California, Jankowski added, Trump “can be close to his good buddy Gavin Newsom, whom he loves so intensely and gets along with so well.”

This last statement was in response to the heat Trump took from conservatives after the former President praised the radical leftist California Governor for being “very nice to me” during his Presidency.

During a Fox News interview Trump said, Newsom “was always very nice to me, said the greatest things. That’s why I could never hit him, because he was so nice to me.”

“Among the worst states”

Trump and his campaign have instead taken to bashing Florida in recent days.

Most recently Trump claimed that DeSantis’ mismanagement has made Florida “among the worst states” to live, find economic opportunity, raise a family, or retire.

And what was just as shocking as the attacks themselves were Trump’s sources for the attacks.

That’s because Trump cited a list of talking points from left-wing sources.

For example, Trump blasted DeSantis for ignoring what he called “the squatter MESS!” in a post on Truth Social.

“No one will notice when Trump leaves,” Jankowski replied. “The state of Florida will be better off when Trump takes his Soros-fueled, dumpster fire of a campaign to San Francisco, where it will fit right in.”

Trump seemingly realized his mistake in attacking vote-rich Florida.

He attempted to soothe angry Floridians by hosting an impromptu pizza party with supporters during a visit to a Fort Myers restaurant.

And he then called the Sunshine State a “great place” in his remarks at the Lee County Lincoln-Reagan Dinner.

DeSantis Daily will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.

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