Kilmeade Asks Florida Crowd Who They’re Backing in ’24, Only 1 Says DeSantis – Even She’s on the Fence

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The 2024 race for the White House has now officially begun, with several Republican hopefuls having announced their candidacy and others seriously considering a run.

The biggest name in the race so far is obviously former President Donald Trump, whose massive supporter base will make him a force to be reckoned with. But there is also another big name that has been floated by conservatives.

Of course, that name is Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, whose firm stance against woke indoctrination of students and the COVID tyranny has won the hearts of conservatives everywhere. Yet despite many wishing that he would run, he has yet to announce his candidacy.

So, with Trump, DeSantis and other big Republicans being associated with the 2024 election, Fox News’ Brian Kilmeade decided to take a quick, unscientific little poll of average conservative voters to see where their sympathies lie.

On Tuesday, Kilmeade cohosted an episode of “Fox & Friends.” As part of the episode, he surveyed a handful of patrons at a very crowded Metro Diner in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida, regarding their preferred candidate for the presidency.

“Rapid fire! Who’s your man? Who’s your woman?” Kilmeade asked the diners.

To the surprise of many, including possibly Kilmeade, the first six of them said that Trump was their preferred candidate. At least one of them said “Trump and [South Dakota Governor] Kristi Noem” and two of them specified, “Trump and [former South Carolina Gov.] Nikki Haley.”

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