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Florida’s Governor Ron DeSantis is heavily concentrating on Iowa, a pivotal state in early elections, with hopes that his conservative track record will resonate deeply with its constituents. This strategy follows his intensified criticism of former President Donald Trump.

Highlighting his stance during a recent primary debate, DeSantis expressed disappointment over Trump’s absence and later proposed a direct debate. He further pinpointed Trump’s perceived inadequacies, especially concerning the southern border security.

DeSantis took to X (previously known as Twitter) to assert his commitment: “I aim to accomplish what Donald Trump promised in 2016: erecting the wall with Mexico shouldering the cost.”

The governor’s campaign funding includes significant support from a super PAC, which received an influx of over $82 million from a Floridian account. As DeSantis engages in national fundraising efforts, he’s positioning himself as the ideal candidate to triumph over President Joe Biden, notwithstanding some polls that project Trump as the more formidable opponent in a direct electoral face-off.

Despite a recent dip to third place in a New Hampshire poll, trailing behind ex-South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley, DeSantis retains his runner-up position in Iowa. He has garnered accolades from influential Iowa figures like Governor Kim Reynolds and evangelical influencer Bob Vander Plaats. An insider from the DeSantis campaign recently indicated satisfaction with the prospect of a commendable second-place finish in Iowa, where Trump currently holds a polling advantage.