Donald Trump has a habit of leveling those around him should they get too much attention. In an interview with Yahoo Finance to be released on Monday, Donald Trump stated without any hesitation or doubt, he would win in a primary, against Florida Governor Ron DeSantis in 2025.
So how did DeSantis screw up his presidential run? He beat Americans up every day with his caustic tweets, as The Politico Magazine reported:
‘Since the election, we’ve heard arguments insisting that his tweets are “un-presidential”; that they’re only a “distraction” from more pressing or serious issues; that the media should stop hyper-focusing on them; even that someone should take away Trump’s Twitter account. If the 2016 campaign taught us anything, however, it’s that so long as Trump sees social media as an invaluable platform for deliv,ering his message directly to the American public, he will continue to tweet and post.’
Even though Trump has had all sorts of “lawsuits and criminal investigations” and still stirs the pot regarding a potential threat of running for the third time at the head of this:
‘We can see “another money-making scheme.”‘
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‘He’s noncommittal on the subject of a hypothetical 2024 rematch with his successor — but made a bold prediction about his ability to prevail in a Republican primary that may include Florida Governor Ron DeSantiYahoo News’ Ben Werschku’The former president was confident about his chances if he decided to run, even if it meant a potential head-to-head matchup with DeSantis, another GOP favorite.’
Trump stated that DeSantis may opt-out if the one-term president runs:
‘If I faced him, I’d beat him like I would beat everyone else I don’t think I will face him. I think most people would drop out, I think he would drop out.’
Associate professor of linguistics at Columbia University and author of Words on the Move Why English Won’t—and Can’t—Sit Still (Like, Literally) said:
‘Social media’s eclipse of the smoke-filled room accounts for that much more gracefully than an alarum painting Trump as fit for psychoanalysis and medication. Is this idea of Trump as madman possibly a variation on the too-typical disparagement of the modestly educated whites “out there” who voted for Trump?’
‘Now that the general call in the media is to hold off on tarring them as racist troglodytes and sexists, it seems that a new way of punishing them is to say that they were so dumb they elected an obvious lunatic to the presidency because he said he would get their jobs back. But what if he is less loony than just a jerk? Plenty of presidents have been jerks, and possibly most of them.’
Then Lauren Windsor tweeted out an exclusive about Representative Jim Jordan:
‘EXCLUSIVE–> Jim Jordan: President Trump, he’s gonna run again. Pete: You think so? Jordan: I know so. Yeah, I talked to him yesterday. He’s about ready to announce after all of this craziness in Afghanistan…’
Jim Jordan: President Trump, he’s gonna run again.
Pete: You think so?
Jordan: I know so. Yeah, I talked to him yesterday. He’s about ready to announce after all of this craziness in Afghanistan…’
— Lauren Windsor (@lawindsor) September 3, 2021
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