Did Trump 'FIX' Ron DeSantis' Florida guv election? Internet wants ex-POTUS sued as he 'confesses crime'

The press release had shocking claims, including, 'I also fixed his campaign, which had completely fallen apart'

Did Trump 'FIX' Ron DeSantis' Florida guv election? Internet wants ex-POTUS sued as he 'confesses crime'
Donald Trump released a press release against Governor Ron DeSantis (Chet Strange/Getty Images, Octavio Jones/Getty Images)
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TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA: Former President Donald Trump came up with strong allegations against the newly elected Governor of Florida, Ron DeSantis, in a press release published on Thursday, November 10. The release has an array of criticisms against Ron and Trump and brought back the term 'Ron DeSanctimonious' in the release.

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The press release claimed, "Governor Ron DeSanctimonious, an average REPUBLICAN Governor with great Public Relations, who didn’t have to close up his State, but did, unlike other Republican Governors, whose overall numbers for a Republican, were just average—middle of the pack—including COVID, and who has the advantage of SUNSHINE, where people from badly run States up North would go no matter who the Governor was, just like I did." However, social media users are now slamming the former president.

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He also stated, "I then got Ron by the “Star” of the Democrat Party, Andrew Gillum (who was later revealed to be a “Crack Head”), by having two massive Rallies with tens of thousands of people at each one. I also fixed his campaign, which had completely fallen apart." The former President also explained, "I was all in for Ron, and he beat Gillum, but after the Race, when votes were being stolen by the corrupt Election process in Broward County, and Ron was going down ten thousand votes a day, along with now-Senator Rick Scott, I sent in the FBI and the U.S. Attorneys, and the ballot theft immediately ended, just prior to them running out of the votes necessary to win. I stopped his Election from being stolen," reported Abc Action News.

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Former President Donald Trump speaks at a Save America Rally to support Republican candidates running for state and federal offices in the state at the Covelli Centre on September 17, 2022 in Youngstown, Ohio. Republican Senate Candidate JD Vance and Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) spoke to supporters along with former President Trump.
Former President Donald Trump (Jeff Swensen/Getty Images)

'Oh boy! He can't help confessing his crimes'

The Internet quickly reacted to Trump's remarks in the press release. A user said, "arrest trump already." Another stated, "He just openly admits his crimes now bc he doesn’t face accountability." Meanwhile, a tweet read, "It’s hard to keep up with the confessed crimes!." "Imagine admitting a crime just to bring down an enemy," claimed another. A user added, "Another election tampering felony. Just put it in the cart with the other 50 felonies."

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A tweet stated, "Oh boy! He can't help confessing his crimes." A tweet explained, "That's what it sounds like to me. #TraitorTrump sent in the FBI..." "Can Trump be sued for defamation?," asked another. A user further explained, "Admission of another crime. I'm assuming that this is illegal, and of course, he will have no repercussions." Another stated, "We call this a confession bc there was massive voter suppression during 18in that very county." "Bragging about committing yet another crime if I read this right.," claimed another. "WHEN is he finally going to be indicted for gods sake?!," asked another 

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