Ron DeSantis slams a fellow Republican for making this crucial error

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DeSantis may be out of the presidential race but he’s still making waves as Florida’s governor. He’s not afraid to call out his own party in doing so.

And Ron DeSantis slammed a fellow Republican for making this crucial error.

Former South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley officially dropped out of the presidential race last Wednesday after taking a beatdown from Donald Trump on Super Tuesday in the Republican primary.

While making her concession speech, Haley congratulated Trump but did not offer her endorsement of him.

This is despite the pledge she signed earlier in this election process where she agreed to support the GOP nominee in the general election if she did not end up winning the party’s nomination.

Governor Ron DeSantis (R-FL) was frustrated by Haley’s lack of endorsement when discussing the matter during an appearance on Newsmax’s “The Balance.”

DeSantis notably endorsed Trump right after he dropped out of the Republican primary race.

“I signed the pledge, and you signed the pledge saying that you’re going to not take your ball and go home, and so I honored the pledge, and she’s going to have to make a decision about whether she wants to or not,” said DeSantis.

“But the idea that somehow circumstances have changed … I think we all knew what we were doing when we did that, and you’ve got to make a judgment about whether that’s meaningful to you.”

“And so for me, I tell people, you know, if I say I’m going to do something, I’m going to do it.”

When announcing her campaign’s suspension, Haley explained how Trump is the one who needs to win over voters who supported her in the primary.

“At its best, politics is about bringing people into your cause, not turning them away. And our conservative cause badly needs more people. This is now his time for choosing.”

Other GOP primary opponents who’ve endorsed Trump are, businessman Vivek Ramaswamy, Miami Mayor Francis Suarez, and Senator Tim Scott (R-SC).

Former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie and former Vice President Mike Pence haven’t given an endorsement of anyone since they’ve dropped out of the race.

Asa Hutchinson, former Gov. of Arkansas and former Republican candidate, endorsed Haley once he dropped out.

DeSantis has a point in all of this.

It’s time for the Republican Party to come together and rally behind Trump in his efforts to defeat President Joe Biden in the general election.

Another four years of Biden and his administration would be catastrophic for America.

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