- Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis said Wednesday that he has no plans to run for president in 2024.
- He said he was faced with the reality of “people do not support the fundamental doctrinal doctrine.”
- DeSantis also confirmed to Fox News Lead Sean Hannity that he will run for re-election as Florida governor.
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis says he will not run for president in 2024 because he is busy realizing that “people do not support race theory.”
DeSantis made this statement at the time conversation on Wednesday by Fox News director Sean Hannity.
“There’s nothing I can think of other than to do my job. We have a lot going on in Florida. I’m going to contest the election next year,” DeSantis said in response to Hannity’s question on whether he was thinking. presidential election during the next general election.
“We’re also working on more things in the district than the governor’s race. We have school board races,” added DeSantis. “I want to make sure that people do not support the basic principles of racing, to make sure that parents can send their child to school the way they want.”
Under DeSantis, Florida banned rigorous training from competitions from its schools in June. The fundamental teaching of the athlete, among other things, looks back at how racism and xenophobia in American history still affect countries and communities of color to this day. It became a point of contention in the GOP, with DeSantis himself describing himself as teaching the “false history” that “would despise the First Fathers.”
DeSantis has been touted as a potential candidate for the GOP in the 2024 presidential election. Two grassroots papers in July saw the Florida governor appointed as the second most popular GOP candidate in 2024, behind former President Donald Trump.
Thus, DeSantis in September dismissed the rumor that he may be making the local horse a “rumor” and “nonsense.”