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Ron DeSantis dropped out of the presidential race

Ron DeSantis dropped out of the presidential race

Ron DeSantis is dropping out of the intra-party race for the presidential nomination and prefers to endorse Donald Trump. This makes Nikki Haley the last challenger to the former president. But their chances continue to dwindle, says American journalist Michael Wullenweber.

The field of Republican candidates for the US presidency is shrinking faster than expected. Before the second Republican primary, Ron DeSantis throws in the towel — the Florida governor announced it on Platform X.

DUltra-conservative US politician Ron DeSantis is dropping out of the Republican Party race to run for US President. Florida's governor made the announcement in a video posted on the X platform on Sunday afternoon (local time). “I can't ask our supporters for their time and donations when we don't have a clear path to success,” DeSantis said. “That's why I'm ending my campaign today.”

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In the first Republican primary in the US state of Iowa, DeSantis finished 30 percentage points behind the favorite, Donald Trump, and just ahead of former South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley. Two days before the Republican primary in New Hampshire, DeSantis threw his support behind the former president. “He has my support because we can't go back to the old Republican Party,” DeSantis said. This includes Nikki Haley.

Haley commented on DeSantis' sudden departure at a campaign rally in New Hampshire on Sunday. “There is now a gentleman and a lady left.” There were too many men in the race, Haley said – and told voters: “Now that's what you want!” Verbal attacks on Trump intensified over the weekend. And the 77-year-old's sanity and fitness for another term as president have been questioned.

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During his candidacy, DeSantis, 45, strategically positioned himself as a hard-right. After his successful re-election as governor of Florida in November 2022, it was seen for months that he might challenge Trump for the nomination. But DeSantis also had a reputation for being wooden in his personal dealings with voters. Opponents described his election campaign as “robotic” as he appeared in televised debates.

DeSantis now supports Trump

Former US President Donald Trump was “honoured” by the support of Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, who dropped out of the Republican presidential race. The right-wing populist's campaign group said Sunday that it's time for “all Republicans to rally behind President Trump” to defeat incumbent Joe Biden in November's presidential election and end his “disastrous presidency.”

Anyone seeking to become the Republican nominee must first win intra-party votes in individual states. All indications are now that November's presidential election will see a new version of the campaign between Trump and Democratic incumbent Joe Biden.

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