Since the re-election of Desantis as the governor of Florida, there has been a lot of speculation regarding his potential presidential run in 2024.
According to Newsmax, DeSantis will be holding a meeting with prominent donors in Miami before his inauguration on January 3.
The event, which will be held at the governor's home, is entitled "The Freedom Blueprint." During his successful reelection campaign, DeSantis was able to raise over $200 million.
Some believe that the money could be used to establish a presidential campaign. DeSantis has a lot of prominent supporters, such as Ken Griffin, the CEO of the financial firm Citadel, and Robert Bigelow, the owner of Budget Suites of America.
Although the governor is planning on holding events for local donors in different parts of the state, this event will only be held for a select few South Florida residents.
People close to the governor said that he is still not ready to officially launch a presidential campaign against former President Donald Trump. He is expected to make an announcement during the legislative session of Florida, which will end in May.
During his press conference, DeSantis dismissed the notion of a civil war in the Republican Party. He also avoided talking about the 2024 presidential election.
The remarks were made in response to a question about the recovery efforts following the devastating effects of Hurricane Ian. DeSantis concluded his statement by saying that he was focused on improving the state's infrastructure.
Although DeSantis is an excellent governor, it is clear that Trump is still the leading candidate in the presidential race. With the former president officially campaigning for the White House, it is clear that he has the advantage over the other candidates. The country needs a president who can fix its failing economy.
It's not clear how Desantis would handle the country's foreign policy if he were to become the president. Even if he does become the president, it is still unclear how his economic policy would be implemented.