DeSantis Makes Stop in South Carolina in Latest Campaign Move

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On Friday afternoon, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis visited the Grand Strand as part of his presidential campaign and spoke to supporters at ‘Ground Zero’ in Myrtle Beach.

DeSantis mentioned a number of the laws he has passed in Florida, saying he wants to put what he has done there into practice nationwide.

DeSantis criticized Biden’s response to the war in Israel at the beginning of his address.

The border, he added, has been treated too leniently in Washington, D.C., and if elected, he will proclaim it a national emergency.

DeSantis went on to say that he is dissatisfied in the curriculum being taught in schools across the nation and believes they should emphasize education rather than “indoctrination.”

He also discussed increasing military spending, toughening up on crime, and putting term limits on Congressmen.

DeSantis is currently seeking to draw a clean distinction between his own proposed policies and that of former President Trump, whom he accuses of being feckless and unfocused.

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