Florida Governor Ron DeSantis says he should have spoken “loudly” about Trump’s stay-at-home order when COVID-19 first appeared.


Governor of Florida Ron DeSantis will address a joint session of Congress on Tuesday, January 11, 2022 in Tallahassee, Florida.

Governor of Florida Ron DeSantis will address a joint session of Congress on Tuesday, January 11, 2022 in Tallahassee, Florida.Associated Press Photo / Phelan M. Ebenhack

  • Governor Ron DeSantis said he had not considered the possibility of a blockade when COVID-19 first appeared.

  • and December interview, DeSantis did not answer whether they received the COVID-19 booster.

  • During Donald Trump’s presidency, DeSantis was one of his closest allies.

On Thursday, Ron DeSantis said in a conservative podcast “ruthless” If he could change one of the decisions he made as Governor of Florida, it would be “much noisier” against the stay-at-home order issued by former President Donald Trump when the coronavirus first appeared. To try.

“I never thought about it in February or early March. [COVID-19] It will lead to a blockade of the country. ” DeSantis told the podcast host.. “I didn’t. I didn’t think it was on the radar.”

An interview with DeSantis Maggie Huberman of the New York Times Earlier this week, Trump told his aides, “He’s not respectful,” from one of his closest allies through his presidency, the Governor of Florida, hoping for the 2024 election. I’m out.

Trump has been voicing more and more in him COVID-19 vaccine support In the last few months, DeSantis said and barked Maria Bartiromo, the host of Fox News Whether he received a booster during the December interview.

“So I did whatever I did. Normal shots, and at the end of the day, it’s people’s individual decisions about what they want to do.” DeSantis told Baltilomo..

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