DeSantis criticizes Trump’s management style, including failure to fire Dr. Fauci |

DeSantis criticizes Trump’s management style, including failure to fire Dr. Fauci |

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After initially remaining silent in the face of savage accusations from former President Donald J. Trump and MAGA supporters, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis suddenly went public with the embattled Republican front-runner’s conviction, amid rumors that he was considering running for president himself.

On Thursday, the Republican Governor of Florida sat down with Piers Morgan for an in-depth interview to air exclusively on Fox Nation’s “Piers Morgan Uncensored,” in which he hinted he would soon make an announcement to run for the presidency. presidency and that he has what it takes to topple authoritarian despot Joe Biden.

For months, the rising GOP rock star chose to stay out of the spotlight as Trump hurled insults at him, including the names “Meatball Ron” and “Ron DeSanctimonious,” and attacks in which he appeared to use the Democratic Party talking points by suggesting it would cut Social Security and praise Charlie Crist, the former Republican governor of Florida who skipped the holidays.

During his interview with Morgan, DeSantis was extremely critical of Trump’s management style, citing the firing of Dr. Anthony Fauci as an example of how he would have handled the situation differently. Fauci was a major supporter of lockdowns, forced masking and vaccination mandates, all of which contributed to one of the darkest periods in American history.

Several methods have been used to deal with COVID, he said. Personally, I would have fired Fauci. The Governor reportedly said, “I think he got way too big for his pants and I think he did a lot of damage,” as quoted in a New York Post op-ed by Morgan about the TV interview coming.

Though he may have hung up his white coat as longtime head of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) in December, the career elf bureaucrat remains a frequent presence on television, and DeSantis was a staunch opponent.

I also think, just in terms of my approach to leadership, I have people who work for government who have the people’s agenda and share our agenda,” DeSantis told Morgan. You can’t push your personal agenda, so get out of here. Obviously, this won’t get with us. In my opinion, the way government works is without the day-to-day drama that tends to distract from the bigger picture and the achievement of tangible goals, and I believe this is crucial.

Morgan asked the governor which of the nicknames he liked the most, and in a lighter moment that would infuriate Trump, he joked about them.

I can’t even make up the word “DeSanctimonious,” he joked. I have no idea what that means, but I find it intriguing. Long enough. It contains many vowels. Of course, that’s the route we would take. This is no problem for us. Anything you like to call me is fine with me. I don’t care what you call me, as long as you call me a winner.

Trump and his ardent supporters were outraged by DeSantis’ comments about the precarious legal situation the former president finds himself in, with vengeful Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg set to indict him on charges related to a “silent” payment to adult film “actor” Stormy Daniels.

For example: “And so you talk about this scenario with… and I don’t know what’s going on in paying silent money to a porn star to get silence on some kind of matter DeSantis responded to reporters’ questions about the possibility of an indictment and President Trump’s arrest with, “I… I can’t answer that” on Monday.

Trump’s legal troubles haven’t stopped him from being the Republican front-runner in what could be the most important presidential election in US history next year.

A new Morning Consult poll shows Trump now has a 28-point lead over his closest competitor, Ron DeSantis. Trump leads DeSantis 54% to 26%, with former Trump Vice President Mike Pence a distant third at just 7%.

After hearing DeSantis’ comments, Trump reacted angrily with another outburst from True Social, again accusing him of trying to make sweeping changes to Social Security and Medicare, accusations that will almost certainly appear in the Democrats’ attack ads against DeSantis.

Young Vivek Ramaswamy may soon overtake Ron DeSanctimonious in the polls. More and more people are learning that Ron’s goal all along was to abolish Social Security and raise the retirement age to at least 70. He also had and still has aggressive Medicare cutback ambitions. Following the teachings of Super RINO Paul Ryan never ends well for his followers. However, Florida was successful long before DeSanctus, who received my “coveted” endorsement, reached the top and triumphed. A furious Trump lashed out at him.

Already, DeSantis’ interview has sent shockwaves through Trumpworld, with the former president’s surrogates venting their anger at the hugely popular Florida governor on Twitter.

“Just like radical Democrats blame Trump and ruin the fabric of our nation with their police state techniques, DeSantis pathetically runs to liberal media on orders from his RINO establishment owners to trash my dad,” Don Jr tweeted. In other words, “He comes across as a completely controlled opponent!”

Ron DeSantis’ true colors have been shown. “A Never Trumper establishment that despises the MAGA base and pretended all the time,” said senior adviser Jason Miller.

My time is better spent doing things I love than engaging in online arguments with strangers. For the people I serve, it’s not productive,” DeSantis told Morgan. So we keep getting victories, day in and day out, because I can’t be an effective governor if I’m involved in the Shady stuff going on behind the scenes, so I can’t say I see the logic in it.

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