The RINO Governor of New Hampshire went on NBC and said seven words that have Donald Trump livid

Mar 7, 2023

The anticipation is growing over a potential bid for the White House by Florida Governor Ron DeSantis.

DeSantis released a new book last week and hit the media circuit to promote it.

And the RINO Governor of New Hampshire went on NBC and said seven words that have Donald Trump livid.

New Hampshire may be small, but it holds the first Republican Primary vote in the country during Presidential election years.

This makes winning New Hampshire a top goal for any Republican candidate seeking the nomination.

New Hampshire Governor Chris Sununu is one of the RINOs considering challenging Donald Trump for the GOP nomination.

Like most RINOs, Sununu likes to cozy up to and make friends with the left-wing media.

On Sunday, Sununu appeared for an interview with Chuck Todd on MSNBC’s Meet the Press.

Todd kicked off the interview by bringing up the loyalty pledge RNC Chair Ronna McDaniel wants to force nominees to sign in order to participate in an RNC-sanctioned event.

Donald Trump has already stated that he will not commit to supporting the Republican candidate no matter who it is.

Sununu said he is “a lifelong Republican” who has no problem signing the pledge and will “support the Republican nominee.”

However, Sununu told Chuck Todd that he was absolutely certain Trump would not be the GOP nominee.

“There’s very few people that are on the fence, whether they’re with him or not with him or whatever it might be,” Sununu said. “So, I think he just has his lane, and then there’s everyone else, which is, I think, a vast majority of the party that’s looking for an alternative.”

Sununu said his message to Donald Trump was “thank you for your service, but we’re moving on.”

“I just don’t believe the Republican Party is gonna say that the best leadership for America tomorrow is yesterday’s leadership,” he added.

Sununu did make a prediction about who he believed would win New Hampshire if the election were held today.

“Right now, if the election were held today, Ron DeSantis would win in New Hampshire, no doubt in my mind, and Ron DeSantis would win in Florida,” Sununu said.

Ron DeSantis is keeping his decision close to his chest.

The anticipation is growing by the day.

But inside sources say they expect DeSantis to enter the race at the end of May.

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

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