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Two Weeks From The Caucuses, DeSantis And Haley Dominate Airwaves While Trump Maintains Lead

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The Iowa caucuses are approaching, and the Republican presidential race is intensifying.

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis and former South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley, along with other contenders, are engaged in a fierce battle, with political ads and public attacks dominating the campaign.

“We’re going to get it done,” DeSantis said. (Trending: Transgender Actor ‘Purposefully Misgendered’ By Airline Employee)

Despite this, the focus remains on former President Donald Trump, who continues to lead the polls.

DeSantis faces the challenge of overtaking Trump without alienating his supporters, while Haley’s momentum poses a threat.

“They’ve corrupted our institutions, indoctrinated our kids, opened our border, weaponized government against us, and destroyed the American dream,” a DeSantis ad says. “Ron DeSantis is the only candidate who’s defeated them.”

The uncertainty surrounding super PACs and ground operations further complicates the situation.

“All they’ve done is eat into each other’s momentum and Trump is unscathed,” said conservative radio host Jeff Angelo.

“They have spent almost all of their time throwing punches at each other, and they’re touching Trump with a feather. It’s the exact same problem as 2016.”

“I have a hard time believing that every poll is a scam, but I see nothing on the ground that indicates a 30-point lead (for Trump),” radio host Steve Deace said.

“And I’ve never seen what a Nikki Haley yard sign looks like, and we’re two weeks from the caucuses. It’s the oddest cycle I have ever encountered.”

As the race heats up, the candidates are making their final appeals to voters, with Trump’s dominance and the potential impact of the Iowa caucuses looming large.

“It doesn’t mean that’s what a caucus is going to produce,” Trump adviser Susie Wiles stated.

“That’s why it’s in some ways kind of good to have a caucus first because it’s, I would argue, harder than a primary. So let’s see what happens.”

“All we have to do is work hard,” DeSantis said. “The way I view the choice in this primary, Donald Trump is running on his issues; Nikki Haley is running on her donors’ issues. I’m the only one running on your issues.”

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