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Trump Shares His Shocking “Regret” About Ron DeSantis - The DeSantis Download: March 14, 2023

What’s up next for Ron DeSantis?

Ron DeSantis is heading to New Hampshire next month, headlining the Granite State’s GOP’s annual Amos Tuck Dinner on April 14, according to Fox News.

With this announcement, it looks even more likely that Governor DeSantis is gearing up for a 2024 presidential run. New Hampshire is the state that holds the first primary. He also just made stops in Iowa and Nevada, which are incredibly important states when it comes to Republican early voting.

Former President Trump also continued his attacks on the Florida governor today, claiming that without him he would be a fast food worker, and that he “regrets” his endorsement. Ron DeSantis has thus far refused to really respond to Trump's berating remarks, but how long can he go without firing back?

All this and much more in this week's DeSantis Download. Make sure you share this newsletter with a friend and subscribe to our breaking news text list.

Trump Shares His Shocking “Regret” About Ron DeSantis

The former president gave DeSantis a new nickname on Monday and suggested the governor would be working at a fast food chain if not for Trump’s endorsement in 2018.

Read more here by Zac Howard of The Florida Standard

Ron DeSantis blames Silicon Valley Bank’s collapse on DEI

“DeSantis, appearing on the Fox News Channel’s Sunday Morning Futures with Maria Bartiromo, expressed confidence that the issues the California financial institution is experiencing won’t reach Florida banks, while also offering a series of other insights about what may have led the bank to its current peril.”

Read more here by A.G. Gancarski of Florida Politics

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Bar Closed: Miami Hyatt Loses License for Exposing Kids to Sexually Explicit Show

Florida’s Department of Professional Regulation revoked another venue’s alcoholic beverage license following an investigation that determined they violated Florida law.

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