Trump has griped behind the scenes for months about DeSantis’s rapid political rise, including chatter about a future White House bid. But the complaints from the former president have only grown louder, raising concerns among some Republicans about a looming brawl between two GOP heavyweights.
“President Trump is the one clearly picking a fight here, and it’s a fight that's too early and unnecessary,” said Sam Nunberg, a former adviser to Trump who stressed that he is neutral in a dustup between Trump and DeSantis. “We’re not in Republican primary season. This is a fight for mid-2023. It’s not a fight to start having in 2022.”
Still, Nunberg added, “If Donald Trump believes he is punching down when he’s attacking Ron DeSantis, then why do it?”... Read More: The Hill