Florida Governor Ron DeSantis addressed a recent narrative in the media that his campaign is struggling to find its footing by highlighting his recent fundraising numbers and other factors in primary, which still in its early stages.
DeSantis made the remarks during an interview on Fox News’ “Sunday Morning Futures” with host Maria Bartiromo.
“These are narratives. The media does not want me to be the nominee,” he said. “I think that’s very, very clear. Why? Because they know I’ll beat Biden. But even more importantly, they know I will actually deliver on all these things. We will stop the invasion at the border, we’ll take on the drug cartels, we’ll curtail the administrative state, we’ll get spending under control. We’ll do all the things that they don’t want to see done.”
DeSantis said that national primary polls were effectively useless because the primary is not national and it takes place over a series of months, not all on one day.