After months of anticipation, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis officially announced his 2024 presidential campaign from Miami, Florida on Wednesday evening. The state has become a hotbed for political controversy with the NAACP, Equality Florida, and the League of United Latin American Citizens all issuing travel advisories for the state, alleging to their members that the state’s conservative policies showed the state “has become hostile” for minorities. Republican Mayor of Miami Francis Suarez believes this advisory is nothing more than a political stunt. Mayor Suarez joins the Rundown and shares his opinions on Governor DeSantis’ 2024 campaign and discusses why he is still weighing whether or not he will join the GOP primary race as well.

Despite two more candidates announcing their campaigns this week, former President Trump remains the front-runner Republican candidate in the polls. The Republican leadership has been focused on expanding their voter base ahead of the 2024 election in hopes that they can gain control of the House, Senate, and White House in the coming years. FOX News Sunday host Shannon Bream joins the podcast to discuss how former President Trump may navigate his GOP front-runner status as more candidates continue to join the field, what main policy issues will broaden the tent for Republican voters, and the latest on Supreme Court news and debt ceiling negotiations.

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Plus, commentary by Fox & Friends co-host and host of The Brian Kilmeade Show, Brian Kilmeade.