President Trump and Florida Governor Ron DeSantis’ cold war may have turned hot this week in the wake of reports that Trump will be indicted by Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg in relations to payments he made to Stormy Daniels to conceal an alleged affair.

Trump supporters have blasted the Governor for waiting too long to condemn the politically motivated charges against Trump and for refusing to offer him assistance by blocking his extradition to New York.

DeSantis finally responded yesterday, but took a veiled shot at Trump by saying that he didn’t ‘know what goes in to paying hush money to a porn star’.

DeSantis’ comments have been criticized by conservatives on every end of the spectrum as they believe people should unify in condemnation of Trump’s coming indictment.

Still, the Florida Governor doubled down on an interview with Piers Morgan that aired on Tuesday, claiming that there was ‘daily drama’ at the White House and implicitly attacking Trump’s staffing decisions during his tenure as President.

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‘I also think just in terms of my approach to leadership, I get personnel in the Government who have the agenda of the people and share our agenda,’ he told interviewer Piers Morgan in a sit-down interview at the Florida governor’s mansion.

‘You bring your own agenda in you’re gone. We’re just not going to have that. So, the way we run the government I think is no daily drama, focus on the big picture and put points on the board and I think that’s something that’s very important,’ DeSantis said.

He said he was ‘fine’ with Trump’s nickname of Ron DeSanctimonious for him, with the Governor brushing off the slam by saying he doesn’t know what it means.

‘I don’t know how to spell the sanctimonious one. I don’t really know what it means, but I kinda like it. It’s long, it’s got a lot of vowels. We’ll go with that, that’s fine.’

‘I mean you can call me whatever you want, just as long as you also call me a winner because that’s what we’ve been able to do in Florida, He further said.

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