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Donald Trump Mocks the DeSantis Campaign’s Collapse: ‘Terrible Experience’ for Staffers

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Former President Donald Trump has criticized struggles of the DeSantis campaign, particularly after Jeff Roe, the chief strategist for the pro-DeSantis Super PAC Never Back Down, resigned.

Several key figures have left the organization, and DeSantis has failed to gain momentum in the primaries, with Trump leading by significant margins in early states.

“The Ron DeSanctimonious ‘team’ of misfits and grifters has largely quit his campaign to go on to greener pastures,” Trump said in a Truth Social post. (Trending: Prominent LGBTQ Activist Arrested Over Disturbing Charges)

“It has been a terrible experience for them as they have watched their candidate fall violently from the sky like a wounded bird. Jeff Roe, his ‘chief strategist’ and head of his PAC, ‘Always Back Down,’ after having done major surgery on Ron’s wallet, couldn’t get out of town fast enough,” Trump continued.

“Now Jeff can spend full time in Texas working with Ted Cruz, formerly known as Lyin’ Ted, who is working hard to get back the magic they had together in 2016!” Trump said.

Trump and his allies have suggested that DeSantis’s support is largely artificial, and even some of DeSantis’s donors and commentators have expressed doubts about his campaign.

“I can’t believe it ended this way. I’m so proud to have worked alongside these men and women at NBD 24/7 the past nine months to save the country. Good luck the next 28 days and a wake up. I’m so sorry I can’t be there with you,” Jeff Roe wrote on X, sharing a screenshot of his formal statement:

Trump continues to dominate in all three of the early states — Iowa, New Hampshire, and South Carolina.

Trump leads DeSantis by an average of 32 points in Iowa, 34.8 points in New Hampshire, and 38 points in South Carolina.

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