DeSantis Drops Major New Hint About Presidential Run During Trip to Wisconsin

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During a visit to Wisconsin on Saturday, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis reportedly dropped a major hint about running for president.

At a Republican Party of Marathon County gathering, he spoke, bragging about the work he has done in his own state and what he might be able to accomplish for the United States and its dairy-growing regions.

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis’ speech at the Central Wisconsin Convention & Expo Center was to promote the “Florida Way” in front of a roughly 600-person sold-out audience.

“So what’s the good news? The good news is the state of Florida and what we achieved shows republicans can win again!” DeSantis said.

“I don’t believe politics is entertainment. I don’t believe politics is building a brand or virtue signaling on social media,” he continued.

The Florida Governor is widely expected to officially announce his presidential campaign after his state’s legislative session comes to an end in the middle of May.

[READ MORE: DeSantis Reportedly Has Significantly More Campaign Funds Than Trump as 2024 Nears]

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  1. I don’t want DeSantis until after Trump gets 2nd term. I want DeSantis to be Trump’s VP and then DeSantis president in 2028.

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