PoliticsTrump says it would be 'inappropriate' to label Ron DeSantis a 'meatball'

    Trump says it would be ‘inappropriate’ to label Ron DeSantis a ‘meatball’

    donald trump He came out to deny through his Truth Social platform that it would be “inappropriate” to call Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis a “meatball” after several reports that have begun to circulate about the supposed nickname that he has given him in private.

    Although the former president denied the nickname, took advantage of the moment to criticize the man who seems to be his strong rival if he ever decides to seek the Republican presidential nomination.

    I will never call Ron DeSanctimonious “meatball” Ronas the fake news insists I will,” Trump wrote.

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    “Even though FoxNews kills lightweight Paul Ryan is revered by him, Low Energy Jeb Bush is his hero and always by his side, his beaches and state were closed for long periods of time, his tests, tests, tests for the China Virus didn’t work out very well, and his loyalty skills are really weak, it would be totally inappropriate to use the word ‘meatball’ as a nickname for Ron!” Trump said of DeSantis’ work.

    Although he denies calling his Republican colleague a nickname, The New York Times reported that the former president has used nicknames against the governor such as, for example, “Meatball Ron” and “Shutdown Ron.”

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    Accusations that led Trump at the beginning of the week to deny everything “all the fake news reports that I spend a lot of my time thinking of a good ‘nickname’ for Ron DeSanctimonious, who obviously is I’m going to give the presidential ‘thing’ a try. They are all 100% wrong, I don’t even think about it. A very unimportant topic for me!“. wrote the former president.

    so far Ron DeSantis has not officially stated that he is seeking the Republican Party’s nominationbut if he did, Donald Trump would be giving him a strong battle because he knows that the polls favor him.

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    It may interest you:
    – De Santis surpasses Trump in hypothetical Republican primary, according to poll
    – DeSantis responded to Trump’s venomous attack: “I don’t spend my time trying to smear other Republicans”
    – In a hypothetical election, Donald Trump would lead Joe Biden by three points, according to a survey
    – Biden criticizes DeSantis and calls him “Donald Trump incarnate”

    Source: La Opinion

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