Trump’s team labels DeSantis ‘third rate OnlyFans wannabe’ for debating Newsom

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By Carina

Former President Donald Trump’s team didn’t hold back in their criticism of Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, launching a scathing attack on Truth Social.

In a press release titled “Kiss of Death,” Trump’s spokesperson, Steven Cheung, aimed at DeSantis, who is seeking the GOP presidential nomination.

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Cheung accuses DeSantis of prioritizing ‘attention-grabbing’ antics

 Cheung accused DeSantis of being more interested in attention-grabbing antics than genuine campaigning.

“Ron DeSanctimonious is acting more like a thirsty, third-rate OnlyFans wannabe model than an actual presidential candidate,” Cheung declared, using colorful language to paint a picture of DeSantis.

Cheung’s critique of DeSantis’s decision to debate Gavin Newsom

He went on to suggest that DeSantis’s decision to debate California Gov. Gavin Newsom was a sign of desperation for attention.

“At the debate, Ron will flail his arms and bobble his head wildly, looking more like a San Francisco crackhead than the governor of Florida. This isn’t a prediction. It’s a spoiler,” Cheung continued, not mincing words.

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Cheung highlights DeSantis’s polling decline and shifting focus

Cheung pointed out what he sees as DeSantis’s decline in the polls, emphasizing that he had fallen to fifth place in New Hampshire and struggled to gain ground in Iowa.

According to Cheung, DeSantis’s focus seemed to have shifted toward reality television aspirations.

Ongoing feud: DeSantis challenges Trump’s leadership and electability

Trump and DeSantis’s campaigns have been engaged in an ongoing feud as DeSantis attempts to position himself as a viable alternative to Trump.

DeSantis has openly criticized Trump’s electability and potential effectiveness as president, describing him as a high-risk proposition.

Super PAC attacks and surprising endorsements for DeSantis

The super PAC supporting Trump’s campaign has also launched attack ads against DeSantis, signaling that they view him as a contender.

DeSantis recently secured endorsements from Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds and influential Iowa evangelical leader Bob Vander Plaats despite trailing Trump by a substantial margin in polls.

DeSantis’s challenge: Navigating Trump’s influence, securing GOP nomination

While DeSantis may lead in Iowa if Trump were not in the race, Trump’s strong standing in the state poses a challenge.

DeSantis must convince voters with a clear and concise message to win over those who are still undecided or considering alternatives to Trump.

In this heated political climate, the rift between Trump and DeSantis continues to grow, and their battle for the GOP nomination promises to be fiercely contested.

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