Conservatives predict that TRUMP will be in office in 2024 and that Ron DeSantis should wait until 2028.

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Conservatives predict that TRUMP will be in office in 2024 and that Ron DeSantis should wait until 2028.

In the form of a straw poll, which will almost certainly place him as the clear favorite among attendees, President Donald Trump will have likely just received a boost to his 2024 plans when he takes the stage at a significant conservative conference in Dallas on Saturday.

However, Florida Governor says that is not the end of the story.

Throughout this year, Ron DeSantis’ popularity has grown.

In order to carry the national MAGA torch in the 2028 election, attendees at the Conservative Political Action Conference want him to first finish the work he is doing in Florida.

Republicans for Renewal’s Shane Trejo said that both men exemplified the kind of leadership that the party’s grassroots should strive to imitate.

According to Trejo, “I think it would make a lot of sense for Trump to run in 2024 and then DeSantis to finish what he’s doing in Florida, make Florida a red state for generations to come, and then run in 2028.”

“DeSantis is a young man… who seems to be best for the party and to keep the movement from fracturing,” the author writes.

At the Dallas Hilton, the exhibit hall’s straw poll is available all around him.

Alongside a cardboard cutout of Trump dressed as Rambo, Patriot Mobile’s booth promotes its phone plans.

Don’t Blame Me, I Voted for Trump T-Shirts are for sale at stands.

In addition, a children’s fairytale book retelling the Russia investigation’s story is for sale.

One of the few booths, Trejo’s, has a poster of DeSantis saying, “America needs a new generation of leaders,” with Trump saying, “You’ll never take back our country with weakness.”

DeSantis has been active lately and has made use of his position in Florida to garner national attention, despite the fact that Trump is still the main focus.

During the pandemic, he served as a conservative icon due to his opposition to mandatory vaccination laws.

And over the past year, he has worked to align himself with parents as he fights against what he calls “woke indoctrination in our schools.”

His Parental Rights in Education Act forbids the teaching of sexual orientation or gender identity in the primary grades and has been dubbed “Don’t Say Gay” by detractors.

The elected Tampa state prosecutor was suspended on Thursday after she refused to uphold the state’s new 15-week abortion ban, which made him national news once more.

When Republicans are asked to choose their preferred candidate, he now consistently comes in second to Trump.

Short Summary of Nokia News.

CPAC attendees want DeSantis to continue the work he is doing in Florida Then, they believe, he should take up the MAGA torch for the race in 2028 Shane Trejo, of Republicans for Renewal, said both men were the sort of leaders that the grassroots party should be trying to emulate ‘DeSantis is a young man… that seems to be best for the for the party and to keep the movement from fracturing’, he added

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