DeSantis To Drop Out And Endorse Trump If He Loses In Iowa? – Trump News 2024

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Ron DeSantis still trails Donald Trump.

A recent poll found Donald Trump still holds a dominant lead in the Iowa.

Newsweek reported:

While Haley has made gains, she still appears to be well-behind her former boss in Iowa. All of the latest polls show Trump more than 30 points ahead of his Republican rival, and even DeSantis is narrowly ahead of her in one of the most recent surveys.

Polling conducted by InsiderAdvantage on December 18 and 19 showed the former South Carolina governor at 17 percent, whereas Trump was backed by 49 percent of respondents. DeSantis tied Haley in that poll with 17 percent as well. The survey included 850 likely Iowa voters with a margin of error of plus or minus 4.36 percentage points.

Another survey carried out from December 14 to 18 by Beacon Research/Shaw & Company Research for Fox Business showed Trump at 52 percent and Haley at 16 percent. DeSantis remained narrowly ahead of Haley in that survey, with 18 percent support. The poll included 804 likely Iowa voters with a margin of error of plus or minus 3.5 percentage points.

Emerson College polling from December 15 to 17 had similar results. Trump was backed by 50 percent of respondents, whereas Haley had the support of 17 percent and DeSantis was supported by 15 percent. The survey had a margin of error of plus or minus 4.7 percentage points with 420 likely voters included.

A new report is now claiming that Ron DeSantis may drop out and endorse Donald Trump if he loses in Iowa.

Daily Mail reported:

Ron DeSantis will drop out of the 2024 presidential race if he loses the Iowa caucuses to Donald Trump on January 15, it is claimed.

Two well-acquainted sources within the DeSantis campaign, a significant donor and a high-ranking political operative, told The Hill that if the Florida Governor loses to former President Donald Trump on January 15, he is likely to withdraw from the race altogether.

The announcement would either be made that same night or the following morning – – and with it a reluctant endorsement for Trump and the governor would not move on to New Hampshire, scheduled for January 23.

He entered the race with sky-high expectations but has struggled to gain traction against Trump.


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