DeSantis Comes Out On Top After Multiple Exchanges with Biden

August 7, 2021 Updated 7:10 PM ET

by: Tyler Shaw

Governor Ron DeSantis (R-FL) came out on top after going back and forth in multiple heated exchanges with President Joe Biden. 

During a press conference Tuesday, President Biden suggested that Governor DeSantis should “get out of the way” claiming that the Governor is undermining his administration’s efforts to get the pandemic under control.

On Wednesday, Governor DeSantis fired back in a press conference of his own, “Joe Biden suggests that if you don’t do lockdown policies, then you should quote, ‘get out of the way.’ DeSantis added, “But let me tell you this, if you’re coming after the rights of parents in Florida, I’m standing in your way, I’m not going to let you get away with it.” 

DeSantis continued, “So why don’t you do your job? Why don’t you get this border secure? And until you do that, I don’t want to hear a blip about COVID from you. Thank you.”

On Thursday while speaking to reporters, President Biden responded to a question about Governor DeSantis’ statement by pretending not to know the Florida Governor saying, “Governor who?”

While speaking at a news conference Friday, Governor DeSantis landed the “killing blow” in response to Biden’s snide remark, “I guess I’m not surprised that Biden doesn’t remember me; I guess the question is, what else has he forgotten?”

DeSantis continued, “Biden’s forgotten about the crisis at our southern border; I can tell you that,” DeSantis continued. “Biden has forgotten about the inflation that’s biting the budgets of families all throughout our country. Biden has forgotten about the demonstrators who are fighting for freedom down in Cuba. Biden has even forgotten about the Constitution itself, as we saw with what he did with this [eviction] moratorium.”

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