The 2024 Republican Presidential field is expanding.
The anticipation surrounding Florida Governor Ron DeSantis’ decision is growing.
And Ron DeSantis just dropped a major hint about his plans for 2024 with these three words.
Former South Carolina Governor and United Nations Ambassador Nikki Haley was the first major Republican candidate to enter the race and challenge Donald Trump for the 2024 GOP nomination.
Other little-known GOP candidates like businessman and author Vivek Ramaswamy have entered the race and well-known Republicans like Mike Pence, Mike Pompeo, and Chris Christie are expected to enter the fray.
But Florida Governor Ron DeSantis is the one Republican with the most anticipation surrounding his plans for 2024.
DeSantis is wildly popular with Republican voters nationwide.
After his 19-point landslide re-election victory in the Midterm elections, where he turned Florida into a solid red state, DeSantis catapulted to the top of the GOP Primary polls and is considered by many to be the only Republican who can defeat Trump for the nomination.
Of course, DeSantis is keeping his plans for 2024 close to his chest.
However, sources close to DeSantis claim he is waiting until the current legislative session ends in May to make his announcement.
Even though DeSantis is keeping his plans a secret, he’s making moves and dropping hints that appear to signal he is planning a bid for the White House.
The Florida Governor recently visited New York, Pennsylvania, and Illinois to speak to law-enforcement officers and is set to headline several state Republican Party dinners in the coming weeks.
DeSantis also released his new memoir on Tuesday, The Courage to be Free: Florida’s Blueprint for American Revival, which many believe is a prelude to his announcement.
In the book, DeSantis makes several statements that seem to hint he is all-in for 2024.
“A governor who leads by aggressively pursuing policies that defy the leftist ideology of the nation’s elites will face fire—not only by the legacy media but also from activist groups, Big Tech, and corporate America,” he wrote about his battle for freedom during the pandemic. “When I took strong stands against the prevailing narrative on draconian coronavirus policies, I may have been vilified by the usual suspects, but I was able to save the livelihoods of millions of people throughout Florida.”
DeSantis said that the right path forward for America is easy to recognize, but “it will not be easy to achieve.”
“It will require successfully combating a lot of powerful, elite institutions that have driven the country into a cycle of repeated failures,” he wrote.
But the biggest hint DeSantis dropped was his proposal to “Make America Florida,” which would require him being in the Oval Office.
DeSantis continues to keep his plans under wraps.
But he is making all the moves – releasing a book, embarking on a media tour, headlining Republican Party state dinners – that one would expect him to make if he were planning to run in 2024.
DeSantis Daily will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.