DeSantis Campaign Slams Haley for Democrat Mega-Donor Money

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis’ presidential campaign is attacking fellow Republican primary challenger Reid Hoffman over reports that he donated $250,000 to a PAC supporting his presidential bid. and former South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley.

according to report from new york times, Mr. Hoffman, co-founder of LinkedIn, donated $250,000 to the pro-Haley super PAC SFA Fund, Inc., but his team checked before giving the contribution and confirmed that Mr. Hoffman supported President Biden. PAC agreed to accept the funds, even though the This is not the first time Hoffman has contributed to a cause deemed anti-Trump. He also financially supported E. Jean Carroll’s lawsuit against the former president.

DeSantis’ team, which has previously dealt with drama and his withdrawal from the pro-DeSantis PAC Never Back Down, was quick to react to the news.

“It makes perfect sense that liberal Democratic billionaires would support Nikki Haley’s run for the White House, because she’s a liberal,” said Brian Griffin, the presidential press secretary. Mr. DeSantis Said.

“She will let corporations set immigration policy, roll out the red carpet for China, raise taxes on hardworking Americans, and require social media users to register with the government,” he continued, adding, “Ron DeSantis is flying the flag of conservatism.” They will break through the swamp in this nomination battle, starting with Nikki Haley. ”

“Wow, also Democratic mega-donors are backing Nikki Haley. They know she will pander to demands for everything from open borders to soft-balling China,” the DeSantis war room said. wrote.

“Will Hillary Clinton, who inspired Haley’s candidacy, also start donating to her?” it asked.

Haley hasn’t been particularly picky about the support she’s received in recent weeks, including people like Jamie Dimon, who DeSantis War Room described as “Hillary Clinton’s donor and wall” during a Fox News appearance. He said he was “excited” to have him. Street CEO Jamie Dimon” and supports her.

The news that Democratic donors are backing Haley comes as anti-Trump Republican senators are eyeing the former U.N. ambassador as the best person to replace Trump.

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“Her numbers are up, his numbers are down, so her prospects are better than his. Usually you want to bet on the person who does better,” said Sen. Mitt Romney, R-S.C. Utah) mentioned DeSantis and Haley.

Sen. John Thune (R-South Dakota) also said that Haley “did a really good job of acquitting her in the debate and I think she got out of a tight spot.”

“Running for national office, especially in the early states, it’s important to resonate, and I think she has a great retail political style. “It seems like there is,” he said.

Prominent establishment figure Paul Ryan was also caught trying to rally troops for Haley, and Rep. Mike Gallagher (R-Wis.), chairman of the Select Committee on Strategic Competition between the U.S. and the Chinese Communist Party, was also caught trying to rally troops for Haley. state) to publicly support the initiative. presidential candidate.

“I think it’s time to stand up for people like you,” he wrote in a text message to Gallagher.

“Plus, her foreign policy and worldview are the closest to yours. She brings the most excitement. I like Ron, but I don’t think he’s a growth stock. Nikki [sic] teeth.Just follow up with the talk [in] September. Go Packers! ” Gallagher has made no such endorsement, he added.

All of these realities are likely to come to light in Wednesday night’s debate, with Haley and DeSantis, as well as Vivek Ramaswamy and Chris Christie, effectively vying for second and third place in the Republican primary. He will be on stage in the form of this. Haley continues to lead DeSantis in both South Carolina and New Hampshire, but DeSantis maintains an advantage in Iowa, and Haley wants to change that.

Former South Carolina Governor and United Nations Ambassador Nikki Haley speaks at the 3rd Republican presidential primary debate on November 8, 2023 (Mandel Gunn/AFP via Getty)



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