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Donald Trump has had good news crushing Florida Governor Ron DeSantis in the Republican primary


Donald Trump receives great news

crushes Florida Governor Ron DeSantis

in GOP primary game according to new poll

Former President Donald Trump received some good news from a new poll at the expense of Florida Governor Ron DeSantis. Trump crushes DeSantis by 17 points in a virtual primary Republican Party game according to a new Morning Consult poll.

Trump has 48% support among likely Republican voters

  • while DeSantis has only 31%.
  • Former Vice-President Mike Pence was third at 8 per cent.
  • Former Representative Liz Cheney (Republican of Wayu)

was second, at 3 per cent.

Former U.S. Nikki Haley is

a representative to the United Nations.

  • and Senator Ted Cruz (R-Texas) received 2%.
  • the Republican primary against DeSantis

saying recently on the right-wing podcast "The Water Cooler":

I made him elected, pure and simple.

He's been talking about it for weeks

but Trump's speaking for Trump, so anyone's guessing what to do or say or when.

Trump may be limited to posting on other platforms because of his deal with Truth Social, but a clause in the contract is said to allow him to publish for his campaign.

One of Trump's friends said his campaign advisers

had discussed ideas for his first tweet recently.

Adam Schiff doesn't want Trump back on Facebook

and sent the business a letter stating:

Trump continued to post harmful electoral content on Truth Social that potentially violates Facebook's policies, and we have every reason to believe that he will return a similar conspiratorial speech to Facebook if given the opportunity.

But Elon Musk allowed Trump to return to Twitter and will not bow to the likes of Adam Schiff, who Musk seized violating the U.S. Constitution.

Trump has yet to post on Twitter.

Musk responded to NBC's story by saying:

Watching the Biden administration's response to this will be interesting.

"They may try to arm federal agencies against Twitter."

Ron DeSantis is the current governor of Florida

born on December 17, 1965.

He is the second governor chosen by voters in Florida's fifth self-election in 2018

and was issued in office on January 14, 2019.

Prior to the change to the current post

Ron DeSantis was Florida's former lieutenant governor 

and served as governor from 2007 to 2011.