DeSantis Snubs Trump VP Slot, Eyes Oval Office Prize

During a recent conversation, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis waved off the idea of joining forces with Donald Trump as his sidekick in the upcoming presidential election. Instead, DeSantis declared that he’s got his sights set on making a bid for the presidency himself in four years. Boy, talk about ambitious!

DeSantis, in an exclusive audio obtained by The New York Post, made it crystal clear that he’s not interested in playing second fiddle to anyone. He scoffed at the notion of being Trump’s running mate, suggesting that other people out there are practically begging for the position. DeSantis set the record straight, saying, “I am not doing that.”

The Governor revealed his own criteria for picking a running mate, emphasizing the need for someone who’s ready to step up to the plate, no questions asked. He laid it out plain and simple: he needs someone who can handle the presidency just in case something were to happen to him. And with his eyes on the White House down the road, he’s definitely keeping his options wide open.

DeSantis took a swipe at Trump’s supposed preferences for a running mate, claiming that the former President might be more focused on “identity politics” rather than picking the best person for the job. Hmm, sounds like a bit of a jab at Trump’s decision-making, doesn’t it?

But wait, there’s more! DeSantis also jumped into the ring, taking a few swings at Trump and his supporters. He hinted that some people in Trump’s inner circle might have it out for him due to some past differences. Shots fired!

And as if that wasn’t enough, DeSantis didn’t hold back on Iowa’s low voter turnout, pointing fingers at the whole uproar around Trump. He suggested that conservative voters were just plain fed up and tuned out the whole process. Ouch, that’s gotta sting a little.

But naturally, Trump’s camp wasn’t going to let DeSantis’ remarks slide. Trump’s spokesperson, Karoline Leavitt, didn’t pull any punches, roasting DeSantis for his failed presidential bid and basically telling him to butt out of the vice presidential selection process.

In the end, it seems like there’s some serious drama brewing within the conservative ranks. Looks like DeSantis and Trump might need to settle their differences sooner rather than later if they want to take on Joe Biden and his crew. It’s political showdown time, folks!

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