September 18, 2023

“How do you do, fellow human?” – Ron DeSantis, probably.


Ron DeSantimonious is as personable as a wet blanket, which is why big time GOP donor Ken Griffin has decided not to support him for President and Speaker Kevin McCarthy said he’s not on the same level as President Trump. And if that wasn’t brutal enough, a new report from Politico lays out why DeSanctus has one foot in the grave in Iowa as he simply can’t keep up with the Trump campaign. 

—Steven Cheung, Trump spokesperson


On August 24, 2023, Always Back Down consultant Jeff Roe gave Ron DeSantctimonious 60 days to "beat Trump."


It's Monday, and Ron DeSanctimonious is already having a terrible week. GOP megadonor Ken Griffin publicly abandoned Ron after initially signaling his support last year.


From CNBC:


“I don’t know his strategy,” Griffin said, referring to DeSantis’ 2024 campaign. “It’s not clear to me what voter base he is intending to appeal to.” The latest Quinnipiac poll shows DeSantis with 12% of support versus Trump’s 62% in the Republican primary.



Meanwhile, House Speaker Kevin McCarthy took to FNC's "Sunday Morning Futures" to predict President Trump will win the 2024 GOP primary. 


“President Trump is beating Biden right now in the polls. He’s stronger than he has ever been in this process. And, look, I served with Ron DeSantis," Speaker McCarthy said. "He’s not at the same level as President Trump by any shape or form. He would not have gotten elected without President Trump’s endorsement."


All the while, President Trump continues to pummel DeSanctus in early state and national polls and shows no sign of letting up.




Donald Trump’s campaign believes Ron DeSantis is flatlining. Now, they want to bury him.

The former president and his team are beefing up their efforts in Iowa, hoping to deliver the type of knock-out punch that would effectively end the Florida governor’s bid and send a message to the other campaigns to get out of the way.