All-Star Panelist Roger Simon Weighs In on a Hypothetical Trump v. DeSantis Presidential Race – Nashville-Davidson, Tennessee

Nashville-Davidson, Tennessee 2022-07-01 01:03:44 –

Live from Music Row on Thursday morning Tennessee Star Report with Michael Patrick Leahy – Broadcast in Nashville Talk radio 98.3 and 1510WLAC Weekdays 5 am-8am – Host Lee Hee welcomes all-star panelists, The Epoch Times Editor-at-large Roger Simon discusses the possibility of a match between Donald Trump and Ron DeSantis, the US President, in the studio.

Lee Hee: Another story we talked about here has to do with the 2024 elections, who-as you know, joking back and forth. The star of Ron DeSantis is rising and I don’t know what President Trump’s brand is. I don’t think it’s necessarily decreasing, but I don’t think it’s increasing. What do you think of the Desantis boom?

Simon: I think both of you said are true, but one thing in favor of Trump is that he really did what he was trying to do. Whatever his behavior and personal style, the facts on the ground are pretty impressive.

And the other part of it is Daily wireSuddenly on the trend of DeSantis, he hated Trump at first.Ben Shapiro opposed Trump, saying he would never change the Supreme Court very early on and that it would never overthrow. Roe v. Wade..

He’s obviously 100% wrong and doesn’t admit it. So don’t forget that these people have their own ax. This isn’t saying anything wrong to DeSantis. What did I say every time I went to Florida during a pandemic?I freedom!!

Lee Hee: Yes, Florida was much better.

Simon: I am not joking.And I was all over the country Epoch Times.. I was in California and New York, heaven helps me. But in Florida, I felt I was back in America.

Lee Hee: Return to USSA. (smile)

Simon: All praise to DeSantis. He’s so great that in a way I’m a little afraid of what will happen to Florida if he can become president, as someone might come in and walk behind.

Lee Hee: I care more about the country than Florida.

Simon: yes. I agree with you there, but that’s something we have to keep in mind. DeSantis will take years to become president.

Lee Hee: He is a young man aged 45 and 40.

Simon: My favorite fact about DeSantis is that he hit .345 on the Yale baseball team. That’s pretty good.

Lee Hee: yes. He was the captain of the baseball team.

Simon: If he wanted to be, he’s definitely an almost professional-level player.

Lee Hee: I’m glad he’s in politics and is a strong Republican. He also seems to be a very well prepared and thoughtful person. I think he has done a lot of research on all these questions.

Simon: And come up with a very interesting approach to things. I understand that his wife, whom I have never met, is a wonderful person and a good journalist.

Lee Hee: And she is recovering from cancer.

Simon: She is recovering.

Lee Hee: We certainly hope she works with it. But is the Trump vs. DeSantis match in the Republican primary likely to be seen by us?

Simon: I don’t know because I think I’ll know it a little later. The food fight between Trump and DeSantis is ugly and not very useful.

Lee Hee: That wouldn’t help. And I think Trump will probably engage in Food Fight and DeSantis will have to fight back. And I think you’re right, it wouldn’t help.

Simon: Their policy doesn’t make much of a difference.

Lee Hee: There is no difference. There are big differences in style, but there are differences in policies. They are very similar.

Simon: If any of them are elected against what we currently have, it’s like having George Washington vs. Caligula. (Laughter)

Lee Hee: very good. That’s very good, Roger.

Simon: I heard the music coming. (Laughter)

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