DeSantis Challenges Trump to One-On-One Debate While Preparing for Showdown with Newsom, Trump Targets Michigan’s Blue-Collar Voters Amidst Biden’s Visit.
DeSantis Proposes Trump Debate
- Governor Ron DeSantis publicly proposed a one-on-one debate to former President Donald Trump.
- This proposition surfaced post the absence of Trump at the recent Republican Party primary debate.
- DeSantis voiced this challenge during a Fox News interview, emphasizing the necessity for Trump to present and defend his case to voters.
Watch Florida Governor Ron DeSantis Challange Former President Donald Trump To A One-On-One Debate Here:
Let's do it.
Donald Trump owes it to our voters to come and make the case. pic.twitter.com/I4aiwDY805
— Ron DeSantis (@RonDeSantis) September 28, 2023
Upcoming DeSantis-Newsom Debate
- A debate between DeSantis and California Governor Gavin Newsom is scheduled for November 30 in Georgia, under the moderation of Fox News.
- The debate will provide an opportunity for both governors to articulate and defend their political positions and records, as Governor Newsom, while controversial, is a rising star in the Democratic party, and both Governors will likely launch Presidental campaigns at some point in the upcoming 2028 or 2032 Presidental elections.
Trump’s Michigan Campaign Event
- Donald Trump engaged with voters at Drake Enterprises in Clinton Township, Michigan, targeting blue-collar Americans.
The scene in Michigan as residents await for Donald Trump.
The biggest modern mystery is how Trump, someone who gets a welcome like this everywhere he goes and won 80% of bellwether counties, lost to someone who couldn’t get 100 people to a rally.pic.twitter.com/08FAvRca88
— Collin Rugg (@CollinRugg) September 27, 2023
Watch President Trump’s Speech In Clinton Township, Michigan Here:
— Team Trump (Text TRUMP to 88022) (@TeamTrump) September 28, 2023
- The event coincided with visits from President Biden amidst a significant auto workers’ strike, highlighting the economic stakes and political battleground status of the state.