Pro DeSantis super PAC calls for Trump to leave Florida after he called it 'among the worst states'
"The state of Florida will be better off when Trump takes his Soros-fueled, dumpster fire of a campaign to San Francisco," the CEO of the pro-DeSantis super PAC said.
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A pro-Ron DeSantis super PAC offered on Saturday to help pay for former President Donald Trump's move to California after Trump called Florida "among the worst states" to live in.
"Donald Trump has so deeply disparaged the state of Florida by calling it the 'worst state,' we at Never Back Down will help him leave by offering financial assistance to help him move to his beloved California, so he can be close to his good buddy Gavin Newsom, whom he loves so intensely and gets along with so well," Never Back Down CEO Chris Jankowski said in a statement.
"The good news is that since so many people are moving to the state of Florida, thanks to the incredible success of Governor Ron DeSantis, no one will notice when Trump leaves," the statement continued. "The state of Florida will be better off when Trump takes his Soros-fueled, dumpster fire of a campaign to San Francisco, where it will fit right in."
Trump issued a statement Friday, taking a shot at DeSantis's leadership in the Sunshine State, claiming that Florida "has become one of the least affordable states to live in the country."
"Florida has become among the worst states" to "live, find economic opportunity, work, retire, raise a family, pay taxes, be safe, rent a home, have a baby, afford energy, die, be a teacher, be a doctor, [or] be a police officer," the statement continued.
DeSantis is expected to throw his hat into the 2024 presidential race for the GOP nomination, although he hasn't announced his bid yet.
Charlotte Hazard is a reporter at Just the News. Follow her on Twitter.
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