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“If I were to face him, I would hit him like I was going to hit everyone else,” Trump said during an interview with Yahoo Finance Live, which is expected to be released on Monday.
However, the former president said he did not think he would meet DeSantis in 2024, adding that “I think a lot of people will drop out of school, I think he will drop out of school.”
Trump’s comments come as speculation circles who will lead the GOP ticket in 2024, as Republicans seek to take over the White House.
A grassroots vote for the 2024 GOP elected president was taken at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in July and awarded DeSantis top marks.
When asked who would vote in a Republican primary if it were held that day, 70 percent of respondents said Trump. DeSantis came second with 21 percent of the vote.
If you check the respondents without Trump as a way, however, DeSantis increased the election by 68 percent.
DeSantis, a staunch supporter of Trump, is set to be re-elected in 2022. He told Fox News’s Sean HannitySean Patrick HannityMichael Cohen: Trump bluffing about a White House business ninety percent of the full-time employees of Fox Corp. they say they have been fully vaccinated on Thursday that he will run for governor again next year.
He also said that “he is not thinking about anything other than doing my job.”
The hill came to DeSantis to speak.
Mr Trump has not yet announced whether he plans to pay for another White House race in 2024, not even him he has been playing with publicity and knowledge since he was defeated in the last election.
Mr Trump told Hannity in July during an interview that he had made a decision about his 2044 plan. Last month, the former president said it was “an easy question” whether he would run again.
In August a University of Quinnipiac poll found that 60 percent of adults worldwide thought it would be bad for the country if Mr Trump ran for president in 2024.