Ron DeSantis said he was running in the election; 2024 is ‘road trip’

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis announced this week that he is running for re -substitution and does not consider “anything beyond” the governorship today.

DeSantis made the remarks in an interview with the Fox News host Sean Hannity, to buy the 2024 presidential election.

“I’m not considering anything beyond doing my job,” DeSantis told “Hannity” Thursday night. “We have a lot of things going on in Florida. I’m going to run for election next year and we’re also working on a lot of things in the state that are beyond the governor’s race.”

DeSantis left the possibility of a 2024 open tomorrow, saying “it’s a road trip. It’s not anything I’m planning.”

The governor said he is now focused on Florida and he is focused on other elections in Sunshine State besides gubernatorial.

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“We have careers on the school board and I want to make sure people don’t support the critical theory of race,” he told Hannity, “making sure parents have the ability to send their children to school in the way they want. There are a lot of big issues. ”

DeSantis, an outspoken ally of the former President Trump, has raised a national profile in recent years and is predicted to be a top contender to run for the Republican Party’s presidential nomination in 2024.

He was recently shown a poll equivalent to Trump, who said he was likely to run.

Trump is teasing a possible run for a while, telling Fox News Digital last month that “coming to a point where we really have no choice” but for him that run for presidency again

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DeSantis had not yet submitted Friday the required paperwork for re -election, FOX 13 of Tampa Bay reported, citing the Florida State Department’s Candidate Tracking website.

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