June 6, 2023

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Biden mocks Republican nominee DeSantis…Trump is proud of him

US President Joe Biden mocked Florida’s Republican governor Ron DeSantis on Twitter after technical issues prevented him from announcing his presidential campaign. DeSantis has long been expected to run in the 2024 Republican primary, and he officially announced his plans to enter the race during a Twitter space conversation Wednesday night. However, during the first 20 minutes of the conversation, the live event was interrupted several times due to technical glitches, and as DeSantis failed to communicate with his co-hosts, the CEO of «

Twitter,” Elon Musk and David Sachs, co-founder of Craft Features.

Shortly after the event began, Biden mocked DeSantis by sending him a link, mocking him and noting, “This link works.”

The TwitterSpace livestream was supposed to start at 6 p.m., but at 6:15 p.m., after a few minutes of technical glitches and deafening beeps, the event was pulled from the server. At 6:20 p.m., Musk restarted the app and DeSantis was able to officially announce his campaign.

The biggest mole in DeSantis’ campaign ad failure was former President Donald Trump. He started a tweet on his platform “Truth Social Media” and joked about what happened, saying, “Wow, DeSantis’ campaign launch (on Twitter) has been a disaster!”, adding, “His entire campaign is going to be a disaster!”

Trump tried to steal the spotlight from DeSantis’ 2024 campaign by insulting the Florida governor on his site, TruthSocial. On Wednesday morning, the former president launched a series of attacks on the man expected to be his biggest rival for the 2024 Republican presidential nomination.

During his tenure in the White House in 2018, Trump actively endorsed DeSantis for governor of Florida, throwing his weight behind the former congressman at rallies and playing a key role in defeating narrowly contested Democratic challenger and Tallahassee Mayor Andrew Gillam.

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But since then, too much water has gone under the bridge, and the two men are now on opposite sides. Trump continued to hurl insults and taunts at DeSantis across the state, but DeSantis remained on the side of wisdom and did not comment on any of his insults.