DeSantis team has a warning about 'Ron to the Rescue' PAC as 2024 speculation intensifies

EXCLUSIVE: Florida GOP Gov. Ron DeSantis‘ team has a clarification about a super PAC boosting him as a candidate in the 2024 presidential race and the future of the Republican Party.

In a letter sent Friday to DeSantis’ donors, Benjamin Gibson, legal counsel for DeSantis, said he had “recently learned through media reports that a super PAC apparently named ‘Ron to the Rescue’ (‘PAC’) is being formed reportedly ‘in order to boost a potential 2024 presidential run from Governor Ron DeSantis.’ This is similar to other ‘pro-DeSantis’ PACs that have formed and continue to use Ron DeSantis’ name and likeness to raise funds without his permission or authorization.”

“Whether well intentioned or not, the organizers of these PACs have not been in contact with DeSantis leadership and such efforts may create confusion amongst supporters of the Governor and his policies,” Gibson wrote.

In an effort to boost a run by DeSantis for president in 2024, the PAC states on its website that America needs “someone with the bravery of President Lincoln, the charm of President Reagan, and the determination of President Trump.” DeSantis has not announced a run for presidency.

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