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Former Rep. David Jolly (R-Fla.) suggested Friday that COVID-19 vaccines will become a “key issue” of concern between former President Donald Trump and Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) during their respective runs for president. the White House in 2024.

“Is this a wedge issue now that Ron DeSantis wants between him and the MAGA nation and between him and the former president?” Jolly asked MSNBC’s Nicolle Wallace during a discussion of DeSantis’s candidate for Florida Surgeon General, the anti-masking, anti-blocking Y vaccine skeptic Dr. Jose Ladapo.

Ladapo’s nomination was indicative of the “pandemic of madness that is infecting” the current GOP, said Jolly, who left the party in 2018. “You just have to deny the reality of COVID, you have to deny the science, you have to deny the competence of our main public health officials for political purposes,” lamented the former House legislator.

“Does the Governor of Florida agree that Trump’s Operation Warp Speed ​​was successful or not?” I ask. “Welcome to the big leagues, Ron DeSantis. Tell us.”

Watch the interview here:

Jolly warned last week that DeSantis would be “much more dangerous” as president than Trump. “He is smarter. He is more shy. And it doesn’t have the pitfalls that Donald Trump has.” “He’s really revolutionizing democracy right now for the people of Florida, and he’s going to do it successfully on the national stage if he makes it to the White House.”

Trump endorsed DeSantis in 2018, but tensions have reportedly soured over his rivals’ potential careers. Trump has allegedly complained about DeSantis’ failure, thus far, to say he won’t run against him. The former president’s attack on “gutless” politicians who have not disclosed whether they received the COVID booster shot was seen as a not-so-subtle jab at the Florida governor.

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