Trump Hits 'Ron DeSanctimonious' On Crowd Size & Calls Him 'RINO'

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Donald Trump is taking more shots at Florida's governor and dusting off his favorite nickname for Ron DeSantis.

Former President Trump rallied supporters in West Palm Beach on Presidents Day and hit the governor with some jabs.

During an address to members of the Trump 45 Club, Trump touted the crowd size of his event when compared to a smaller one in New York for DeSantis.

The former president reportedly said “Ron DeSanctimonious had a crowd on Staten Island today. 139 people on Staten Island. We’ve got a lot of people. We’ve got 139 times 30.”

Trump also took jabs at DeSantis on Truth Social about the crowd size difference and referred to the governor as a "RINO in disguise." "RINO" being an acronym for "Republican in name only."

The anti-DeSantis comments continued after the speech and on Tuesday.

Gov. DeSantis has not officially entered the race for President in 2024, but is widely expected to do so after this year's Legislative session wraps up in May.

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