Gov. Ron DeSantis (R-FL) is blaming the dozens of indictments filed against former President Donald Trump by prosecutors like Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg for interrupting the Republican primary and impacting the downward trajectory of his polling numbers.
“I think everyone can go back and point into the Alvin Bragg indictment and what that did to the polling nationally, and that was unmistakable,” DeSantis said, speaking with Neil Cavuto on Fox News on Friday.
“And then every indictment that would come down, and so yes, in my first campaign launch, but I would also point out two weeks after I started running they had the documents indictment that happened, and that crowded out everything,” he added.
DeSantis is alluding to the first case in which Bragg indicted Trump in April for