Ron DeSantis’s newest claim could completely shake up the GOP election race

With Trump’s massive win in Iowa, many people are speculating that the race is closing down. However, some candidates are still fighting.

And now Ron DeSantis’s newest claim could completely shake up the GOP election race.

Donald Trump just won big in Iowa, and it is looking like the rest of the GOP primaries will go the same way.

However, there are still a few candidates still fighting to take down the former President.

Among them are Ron DeSantis who placed second in Iowa, and Nikki Haley who placed third.

During the entire GOP election run, Donald Trump has not made a single debate stage appearance choosing instead to have interviews or town halls.

Many of Trump’s supporters have loved this move from Trump, however, his Republican competitors have been unhappy to not share the stage with Trump.

After placing third in the Iowa caucus, Nikki Haley announced that she would not be attending the next scheduled debate in New Hampshire.

She said, “We’ve had five great debates in this campaign,” in a post on X.

“Unfortunately, Donald Trump has ducked all of them. He has nowhere left to hide. The next debate I do will either be with Donald Trump or with Joe Biden. I look forward to it.”


However, DeSantis clapped back claiming that Haley was simply “afraid” to share the stage with him and that he would happily debate “two empty podiums.”

DeSantis also highlighted a shady past from Haley stating, “Nikki Haley is afraid to debate because she doesn’t want to answer the tough questions such as how she got rich off Boeing after giving them millions in taxpayer handouts as governor of South Carolina.”

He then declared that Nikki was only trying to get the VP pick from Trump and that she was not running for President.

“The reality is that she is not running for the nomination, she’s running to be Trump’s VP,” stated DeSantis.

He then continued, “I won’t snub New Hampshire voters like both Nikki Haley and Donald Trump, and plan to honor my commitments. I look forward to debating two empty podiums in the Granite State this week.”

Many people are excited by the fight that DeSantis is still clearly putting up, and they think that if any Republican could beat Trump, it would be him.

In Iowa, Trump received 51% of the votes, DeSantis 21.2%, and Haley at 19.1%.

The Republican primaries are heating up, and voters across the nation will be watching the followings eagerly.

Regardless of what happens, America is in desperate need of saving and we must rally behind a leader who can stop the Radical Left.

Stay tuned to Prudent Politics.

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