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Decoding Trump's Record-Breaking Viewership: Unveiling Unmatched Popularity

  Photo "Donald Trump" by  Dan Scavino Recap of the Recent GOP Presidential Candidates Debate and Trump's Unmatched Popularity Introduction: The Republican Party's presidential candidates debate held on August 23, 2023, was a significant event that brought together prominent traditional candidates, but notably absent was former President Donald Trump. Hosted by Fox News and moderated by Martha MacCallum and Bret Baier, the debate shed light on the contenders within the party vying for the 2024 presidential nomination.  Alongside this debate, Trump's continued influence and popularity were demonstrated through a high-profile interview with Tucker Carlson, garnering massive viewership on social media. The Traditional Contenders: GOP Debate Views The GOP debate featured a lineup of well-known traditional candidates, including Ron DeSantis, Mike Pence, Tim Scott, Chris Christie, Vivek Ramaswamy, and Nikki Haley. These candidates engaged in discussions on critical issu

Balancing Act: Vivek Ramaswamy's Debate Prep on and off the Tennis Court | Watch Now

  Vivek Ramaswamy Playing Tennis In a recent Twitter post, 2024 Republican presidential candidate Vivek Ramaswamy shared a unique glimpse into his approach to preparing for rigorous debates. With a video of himself engaged in a game of tennis, Ramaswamy wrote, "Three hours of solid debate prep this morning." This intriguing snapshot not only highlights his dedication to campaign preparation but also showcases his ability to balance physical activity with intellectual endeavors. A Window into Ramaswamy's Preparation Strategy In a world where political campaigns often focus solely on policy discussions and stump speeches, Ramaswamy's tweet offers a refreshing perspective on how he readies himself for the challenges of the campaign trail. By combining intense physical activity with debate prep, he demonstrates a holistic approach to honing his skills and staying mentally sharp. Physical Activity and Cognitive Enhancement The decision to engage in a three-hour tennis ses

BREAKING: DeSantis Breaks Silence Over Possible Trump Arrest, Mocks Alleged Stormy Daniels Affair

Governor Ron DeSantis Gov. Ron DeSantis (R-FL) breaks his silence on former President Trump's possible arrest over allegedly paying hush money to Stormy Daniels. Florida Governor Ron DeSantis recently broke his silence on the possibility of former President Donald Trump being arrested over allegations of paying hush money to adult film actress Stormy Daniels. When asked by a journalist about his thoughts on the matter and if he would have any role in extradition to New York if charges were brought against Trump, DeSantis responded by saying he had only seen rumors and not facts about the situation. DeSantis went on to criticize the Manhattan district attorney, whom he referred to as a Soros-funded prosecutor. According to DeSantis, the district attorney, like other Soros-funded prosecutors, weaponizes their office to impose a political agenda on society at the expense of the rule of law and public safety. DeSantis claimed that the prosecutor has downgraded over 50 percent of the f

Trump rally crowd size hit the maximum venue capacity at Adler Theater in Davenport, IA

  Donald Trump Rally How many people attended Donald Trump's rally in Davenport, Iowa? I am at the  Adler Theater in  Davenport  right now, which I was told is now at maximum capacity. You can hear music, and you can see Donald Trump supporters all around the venue at this hour. All of them came here to listen to Trump’s Iowa speech tonight. Here is an article regarding the crowd size👇 On Monday, March 13, 2023, former President Donald Trump held a rally in Davenport , Iowa, to discuss his America First Education Policy. The rally took place at the Adler Theater and was attended by a large crowd of supporters. According to reports, the venue reached its maximum capacity of around 2,400 people, with some supporters claiming that the crowd size was larger than any other recent political rally in the area. During the rally, State Rep. Bobby Kaufmann, a senior advisor to the Trump campaign in Iowa, addressed the crowd and expressed his confidence that President Trump would win the Iow

Governor DeSantis ordered the police to bar a Trump supporters rally at the Leesburg, Florida, claims Laura Loomer.

  Ron DeSantis Laura Loomer, an investigative journalist, and former congressional candidate, has claimed that Governor DeSantis ordered the police to bar a pro-Trump rally at Leesburg, Florida. In a video posted on Twitter, Loomer alleged that a group of Trump supporters and members of Villagers For Trump had gathered in front of "Books A Million" for Governor Ron DeSantis' book signing when the police were called to remove them. Loomer stated in the video that she could be heard on the video telling the police that they had a right to free speech, but Governor DeSantis had ordered them to remove anyone wearing Trump gear. She went on to claim that the Governor was "anti-free speech," and that a security officer had even said on video that he was told to remove "anyone Pro-Trump." Governor DeSantis or his staff have not yet responded to her allegations. It is also important to remember that while freedom of speech is a fundamental right, it is not an

'I Cannot Believe They Let This Guy...': Governor DeSantis Reacts To Alleged Orlando Mass Shooter Keith Moses

  Ron DeSantis Florida Governor Ron DeSantis recently made comments regarding the alleged Orlando mass shooter, Keith Moses. During a press briefing, a reporter asked DeSantis about the recent shooting, where soldiers shot five people, killing four of them.  The reporter also asked if there was a push for faster action or revamping the criminal justice system for young people who have a criminal history. DeSantis responded by saying, "I cannot believe they let this guy. You have to hold people accountable. This idea, and I know the district attorney, State Attorney in Orlando thinks that you don't prosecute people and that's the way that you somehow have better communities. That does not work, and you have these people when they've had multiple arrests, multiple times, or they could be held accountable, and you keep cycling them out into the community, you are increasing the chances that something bad will happen." DeSantis's comments reflect a broader concern

JUST IN: Governor DeSantis Ends 'Corporate Kingdom' And Takes Control Of Disney World’s Special District

  Ron DeSantis Gov. Ron DeSantis (R-FL) signed legislation Monday that overhauls the special district that oversees Walt Disney World by giving the governor power to appoint its board. He said he was getting rid of Disney’s “corporate kingdom." On February 27th, 2023, Governor Ron DeSantis signed a bill ending the self-governing status of Disney World's special district, bringing accountability to one of the world's largest entertainment companies. Since the 1960s, Disney World has enjoyed privileges unlike any other company or individual in the State of Florida, controlling its own government, enjoying exemptions from laws, and receiving significant benefits without paying its fair share of taxes.  With the signing of this bill, Disney World will now be treated like any other theme park in the state, and will no longer be exempt from state regulatory reviews and approval, or from paying its fair share of taxes. For many Floridians, the move to end Disney's self-govern

Governor DeSantis Rips 'Feckless Politicians' Attacking Police In Visit To Staten Island in New York City

  Photo credit: Gage Skidmore/CC BY-SA 2.0,  via Flickr In a visit to Staten Island, New York City, Gov. Ron DeSantis (R-FL) spoke to members of the NYPD and touted his law and order and education policies. Ron DeSantis, the Governor of Florida, recently gave a speech in NYC where he criticized what he referred to as "feckless politicians" who attack police. He argued that police officers risk their lives and should not have to face criticism from politicians who are "out showboating."  DeSantis also criticized the defund the police movement and said that it was an attempt to harness anti-police sentiment to cut the police force and replace police officers with social workers. He argued that social workers would not be able to respond to certain crimes and that police officers are necessary for public safety. Florida Governor Ron DeSantis Visits Illinois To Trash Left-Wing Crime Policy As 2024 Talk Heats Up DeSantis also discussed other issues, such as his oppositio

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis Visits Illinois To Trash Left-Wing Crime Policy As 2024 Talk Heats Up

Ron DeSantis Gov. Ron DeSantis (R-FL) visits Elmhurst, Illinois, to speak to members of Chicago's Fraternal Order of Police about his law and order policies, as talk heats up about his possible entry into the 2024 Republican presidential primary. Governor Ron DeSantis (R-FL) visited Elmhurst, Illinois, to speak to members of Chicago's Fraternal Order of Police about his law and order policies. In his address, DeSantis acknowledged the warm welcome and jokingly commented on visiting midwesterners in February, adding that he is thankful for the opportunity to deliver a message about the importance of safe communities, the rule of law, and supporting those who wear the uniform to protect citizens.  The governor shared a laundry list of Florida's achievements, including being the fastest-growing state, number one in net in-migration and economic freedom, tourism, GDP growth, education freedom, parental involvement in education, low tax burdens, and no state income tax. He also

DeSantis Asked Point Blank If He'll Run For President After Nikki Haley Announces 2024 Bid

  Ron DeSantis Gov. Ron DeSantis (R-FL) is asked if he'll run for President after Nikki Haley jumped into the 2024 race. The 2024 United States presidential election is already generating a lot of buzzes, and the recent announcement by Nikki Haley that she will be running has only added to the excitement. During a recent press conference in Jacksonville, Florida, Governor Ron DeSantis was asked whether he plans to follow suit and run for president. DeSantis responded with a playful comment that left many wondering about his future plans. When asked by a reporter about his potential presidential aspirations, DeSantis replied, "Wouldn't you like to know." His response was accompanied by a laugh, suggesting that he was not ready to reveal his plans just yet. While the governor's response was lighthearted, it did not provide a clear answer to the question on many people's minds. DeSantis has been a rising star in the Republican Party, gaining national attention fo

DeSantis Responds To College Board After It Ripped Him For AP African-American Studies Controversy

Ron DeSantis Gov. Ron DeSantis (R-FL) fires back at the College Board over its criticisms of his opposition to its AP African-American Studies course. Florida Governor Ron DeSantis has recently fired back at the College Board over its proposed AP African-American Studies course, which he believes includes elements of "queer theory" and "intersectionality" that are not aligned with the education standards set by the Florida Department of Education.  DeSantis stated that the College Board was responsible for incorporating these elements into the course, and the Florida Department of Education deemed them inappropriate, instead opting for education over indoctrination. The governor also indicated that the College Board is not elected to any official position and simply provides a service and that other vendors may be able to provide better services in the future. In response to the controversy, DeSantis has hinted that the legislature may reevaluate the role of the Col

President Biden briefed on Hurricane Ian at FEMA headquarters in Washington, D.C., United States

  Photo credit: Gage Skidmore/CC BY-SA 2.0,  via Flickr US President Joe Biden meets with FEMA officials for a briefing on the impacts of Hurricane Ian and the ongoing federal response efforts. Earlier, President Biden approved an emergency declaration in Florida as we brace for the IAN Hurricane. FEMA is on alert with water, meals, and generators at the ready. Ian is moving towards Florida, now a category 3. It could slow down once it hits Florida. This means Floridians are going to experience the impacts of this storm for a very long time. The FEMA administrator just got back from Miami and briefed the media from the White House Tuesday. Storm surge is a leading cause of hurricane-related fatalities. In addition to the storm surge, we're also going to see significant rainfall, with the possibility of up to 25 inches. Today, President Biden was briefed on Hurricane Ian at FEMA headquarters in Washington after his trip to South Florida yesterday was postponed, and he approved

Ron DeSantis Mocks And Excoriates Biden's Response To His Flying Migrants To Martha's Vineyard

  Photo credit: Gage Skidmore/CC BY-SA 2.0,  via Flickr At a press briefing in Daytona, Gov. Ron DeSantis (R-FL) roasted President Biden's response to his sending migrants to Martha's Vineyard. Florida's governor, DeSantis, offered some transparency on those two flights of undocumented migrants to Massachusetts on Wednesday. Critics, however, still have concerns that something unethical or illegal took place. Some are now calling for an investigation. After two days of unanswered questions about the flight's governor, Ron Desantis finally offered up some crucial clarity on how and why it happened and attacked the president while he did it. About 50 Venezuelan migrants on Martha's Vineyard packed up and left the island for better shelters Friday. DeSantis said: I think people want to see that we're actually standing up and trying to protect the state against Biden's really reckless policies. Speaking in Daytona, he also gave some vital details about how

Governor Ron DeSantis rallies in Jacksonville after Rep. Charlie Crist's win in the Democratic primary election of 2022.

DeSantis rally in Jacksonville Governor Ron DeSantis rallies GOP voters in Miami after Rep. Charlie Crist won the Democratic gubernatorial nomination. As he seeks re-election in November, Florida Governor Ron Desantis is speaking out about promises made and promises kept. Today, one day after the primary election, Florida Senator Marco Rubio and other Republicans held a rally in Jacksonville. The Keep Florida Free tour made a stop on the first coast after the governor held a similar rally in Orlando earlier this afternoon. Governor Ron Desantis discusses how he stood up for parents and students during the pandemic, eliminating mask and vaccine requirements as part of his many accomplishments as Florida's top leader. One of his biggest reactions came by taking aim at those who he says don't want to include parents in decision-making policies for their children. Senator Marco Rubio joined Desantis on the Keep Florida Free Tour . He will face Congresswoman Val Demings in November&

DeSantis is back in Tampa Bay with such an enthusiastic crowd at the "Keep Florida Free" tour.

  DeSantis at Keep Florida Free tour in Tampa In the countdown to November, Governor Ron Desantis and Charlie Christ are taking aggressive approaches today to reach voters. The race for senator is also heating up, with Marco Rubio and Val Demings in our area tonight speaking to supporters. Tampa was the second stop of what Governor Desantis and Mayor Rubio are calling the Keep Florida Free Tour. The "Keep Florida Free" tour, which included Florida's governor, attorney general Ashley Moody, and U.S. Senator Marco Rubio, was welcomed by a cheering crowd in Tampa on Wednesday evening. Senator Rubio is up against Representative Val Demings for a U.S. Senate seat. Rubio applauds the governor for keeping the state open and children in schools during the pandemic. He acknowledged the seriousness of the virus while balancing the need to work. The governor made his pitch as to why he should keep his job as governor. His speech touted economic success, resistance to COVEN mandates,

What to Look For in Today's Florida and New York Primaries?

  Gov. Ron DeSantis Tuesday is primary day in both New York and Florida. Democrats in Florida are tasked with picking who will face Gov. Ron Desantis in the November general election, while prominent New York Democrats Jerry Nadler and Carolyn Maloney fight for a newly created congressional district. Primaries are being held in both Florida and New York, and both of these primaries could have a strong influence on the national political landscape for years to come. Voters in Florida's senate race will decide which Democrat will challenge incumbent Republican Senator Marco Rubio. U.S. Representative Val Demings is currently seen as the front-runner in the Democratic primary. According to Florida politics, the Demings campaign posted more than $12 million in donations for the 2nd quarter. Senator Rubio raised more than $4 million in November's matchup and is currently thought to be one of the most competitive races for a US Senate seat in the nation. Polls opened in New York in t

DeSantis stumped for Doug Mastriano before the Donald Trump Rally in Pennsylvania.

  Ron DeSantis Florida Governor Ron Desantis is rallying Republicans in downtown to support Dough Mastriano. A fired-up crowd inside the Wyndham in downtown Pittsburgh. Florida Governor Ron Desantis, a possible Republican presidential candidate, is campaigning for Republican gubernatorial candidate Doug Mastriano. Desantis touted his own record in Florida and got a standing ovation after this. He said: We must fight the woke in our schools. We must fight the woke in our businesses. We must fight the woke in government agencies. We can never, ever submit to the woke ideology. We do not allow schools to instruct kids that, hey, you are 7 years old. You may have been born a boy, but maybe you are really a girl. They are doing this all around the country, and it is wrong. He took a jab at President Biden by saying: When I think of Biden, I think of him staring like a deer in headlights at the teleprompter. Doug Mastriano and Ron DeSantis did not take any questions after the Unite and Win P

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis rallies with Doug Mastriano in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

  Desantis Rally Republican Doug Mastriano's campaign for Pennsylvania governor is getting a boost from Florida Governor Ron Desantis. The potential 2024 presidential candidate is appearing at a rally in downtown Pittsburgh for Mastriano. A large line of people just filed in; doors opened at 3:30, and supporters of Doug Mastriano, retired U.S. Army colonel and state senator since 2019, gathered here to hear him speak. Mastriano won the GOP nomination in May, beating out eight candidates. Then Florida Governor Ron Desantis, a rising candidate in the GOP and a presidential hopeful, will take the stage. The Unite and Win rally was fueled by the decisive action of Trump-backed candidates in battleground states. Earlier this week, Governor Desantis visited New Mexico, Arizona, western Pennsylvania, and later tonight, Ohio. This was not the first time Governor Desantis visited Pennsylvania for a political event. In May of last year, he had the Allegheny County Republican Committee's

A big crowd gathered at the DeSantis rally for Doug Mastriano in Pittsburgh, organized by Turning Point USA.

  Ron DeSantis Rally Pennsylvania's Republican candidate for governor, Doug Mastriano, just wrapped up a big rally with Florida governor Ron DeSantis. The event was held in Pittsburgh. Pennsylvania. Desantis began by talking about his Pennsylvania connections, including his father being from beaver county.  He also encouraged all republicans to support the party candidate. Pennsylvania needs somebody to stand up against violence to stand up against mandates and restrictions. You need a who’s willing to stand up to Biden has failed policies on day one. We’re out of the regional greenhouse gas initiative. Mastriano will be campaigning in southeastern Pennsylvania next week. He faces Democrat Josh Shapiro, the state Democratic candidate. Now talking about the DeSantis rally attendance & crowd status, So Trip Gabriel, New York Times journalist shared an image that shows thousands of people attending this rally yesterday. Big crowd awaits DeSantis headlining a rally for Doug Mastri

J.D. Vance, Ron DeSantis hold campaign rally in Youngstown, Ohio

  Ron DeSantis A man who could become a candidate in 2024 is rallying in Liberty tonight. Ohio's Republican US Senate candidate. The race for the Ohio senate in Ohio is coming to the metroplex tonight. In Ohio, Florida governor Ron DeSantis, who is also a leading candidate for president in 2024, will be campaigning for the Republican nominee for the senate.  JD Vance, who won the GOP primary after being endorsed by former President Donald Trump. What makes this rally even more interesting is that Vance's opponent is the Youngstown area's longtime congressman, Democrat Tim Ryan. In fact, the metroplex where the rally will take place is seven miles from where Ryan grew up and 11 miles from where he lives right now. So DeSantis and Vance are coming right into the middle of what could be described as Ryan country, looking to take votes away from his hometown. Desantis has Youngstown ties. His grandfather, Phil Rodgers, once owned a store in Struthers and was the Mahoning County