Florida Governor. Ron DeSantis A group of Republicans was arrogantly told by a Republican that people are willing and able to boast about it “walk barefoot over broken glass” to vote for him because he’s such a superlative leader.

DeSantis — flush from a strong reelection win and midterm victories that swept the state — loudly blew his own horn Saturday night in an appearance before a leadership meeting You can find the Republican Jewish Coalition Las Vegas

He also presented himself and his state as a model for the party — and nation — in what sounded very much like a dry-run of a national campaign speech. “Florida really has a blueprint for success … we’re all about exercising leadership and delivering results for the people that we represent,” He stated.

DeSantis touted his “free state of Florida,” She boasted that she had fought vaccines in a battle against a “Faucian dystopia where people’s freedoms were curtailed and their livelihoods destroyed.”

He also prophesied that “the state of Florida is where ‘woke’ goes to die,” as he detailed various programs restricting freedoms for the LGBTQ community and sharply narrowing what’s taught in schools.

“When you stand up for what’s right, when you show people you’re willing to fight for them, they will walk over broken glass barefoot to come vote for you, and that’s exactly what they did for me in record numbers,” The Republican governor received a standing ovation. “We’ve got a lot more to do, and I have only begun to fight.”

DeSantis Most people expect him to announce a run for president. Donald Trump, who announced last Tuesday that he’s running, has already repeatedly attacked the governor and come up with a nickname for him — Ron DeSanctimonious — ahead of what he likely imagines would be a vicious rivalry.

He also addressed the group via video livestream earlier, which elicited standing ovations. He claimed that the GOP was “a strong party”. “a much bigger, more powerful party than it was before I got there.”

Former Governor of New Jersey Chris Christie, however, called on the GOP to dump Trump. Chris Christie, another Republican hopeful for the presidency, called upon the GOP to reject Trump.

“We keep losing and losing and losing,” Christie added, referring to Republicans’ dismal midterm elections performance. “The fact of the matter is the reason we’re losing is because Donald Trump has put himself before everybody else.”

Christie stated that Republicans now have to choose between “the party of me,” referring to Trump’s self-involvement, or the “party of us.”

“We don’t want to do bending to the will of one person, rather than advocating for the good of all of our people,” He added.

Sources indicate that DeSantis He will likely wait until he announces that he intends to run for the presidency. In the meantime, he’s hoping Trump will “punch himself out,” A Republican strategist told Politico.

All presentations at the Republican Jewish Coalition meeting can be seen here. DeSantis speaks beginning at about 1:32.