Ron DeSantis

An American politician named Ron DeSantis is in charge of the state of Florida as a “Republican.” DeSantis is a politician from the United States. Graduate of law school: He has worked for the “Naval Reserve Center” and “SEAL Team One” in Iraq. This is the man who used to be an official federal prosecutor and a lieutenant in the “Judge Advocate General Corps” of the US Navy Reserve. To start with, he was in the “House of Representatives,” representing the 6th congressional district in Florida. He was a “Republican” party member. In 2016, he dropped out of the “Senate” race and ran again for a “House” seat, but lost. In 2018, he resigned after he won the Republican primary for governor. And in 2019, he was sworn in as the youngest governor in the United States.

Childhood & Early Life:-

Ronald “Ron” Dion DeSantis was born on September 14, 1978, in Jacksonville, Florida, in the United States. He was born to Karen Rogers and Ronald DeSantis, and he was named after him. A: He was born and raised in the city of Dunedin.

At Dunedin High School in 1991, he was a member of the Little League baseball and softball teams. In 1997, he finished high school and moved on to college. In 2001, he earned a BA in history from Yale University. He was a member of a fraternity at Yale called Delta Kappa Epsilon.

When Ron DeSantis was in high school, he worked in the history department at Darlington School. In 2005, he earned a Juris Doctor from Harvard Law School.

Early Career:-

 

Ron DeSantis was a commissioned “Reserve Naval” officer when he was sent to the “U.S.
In 2006, he became a lieutenant (LT). He was in charge of the “Joint Task Force-Guantanamo” (JTF-GTMO) at the “Guantanamo Bay Joint Detention Facility” (JDF).

In 2007, the “Naval Special Warfare Command Group” asked him to be the legal advisor for “SEAL Team One.” After that, he was sent to Iraq, where he helped the team.

When he was re-elected to the “US Naval Region Southeast Legal Service” in 2008, he did so again. He was sent to the U.S. Attorney’s Office in the Middle District of Florida by the “U.S. Dept. of Justice.”

Discharged: In February 2010, DeSantis was named a lieutenant in the “Judge Advocate General Corps” by the “Judge Advocate General Corps.”

Finally, his military career came to an end with him being given the Bronze Star Medal, a Navy and Marine Corps commendation medal, a Global War on Terrorism service medal, and an Iraq campaign medal.

After he wrote his first book, “Dreams from Our Founding Fathers,” in 2011, he started writing more books. He has written for national publications like “National Review,” “The Washington Times,” “The American Spectator,” “Human Events,” and “American Thinker.”

During the 2012 Republican primary for the 6th district, DeSantis ran unbeaten. He was up against the Democrat, Heather Beaven.

He chaired the subcommittee on “National Security.” He also worked with the committees on “Foreign Affairs,” “Judicial Affairs,” and “Oversight and Government Reform,” among other things. This isn’t all: he also took part in the “Republican Study Committee.”
In 2013, Ron DeSantis said that he would fight any law that would raise taxes. He also cut off all of the aid that was going to Palestine through the “Palestinian Accountability Act,” which asked the country’s government to recognize Israel as a Jewish state.

While at home, DeSantis came up with the “Faithful Execution of the Law Act” of 2014, which made the “United States Congress” report to the “United States Department of Justice.” He started the “Freedom Caucus.”

In 2015, Ron DeSantis dropped out of the race for the “United States Senate” to run for the “House of Representatives.” Marco Rubio had already submitted his nomination for his next “Senate” term. It was in his second term in the House that he made two big moves: the “Guantanamo Bay Recidivism Prevention Act” and the “Let Seniors Work Act.” He also canceled the “Retirement Earnings Test” and tried to make social security benefits tax-free.

In 2016, the “Higher Education Reform and Opportunity Act” gave states the power to make their own grading systems. They were allowed to have their own labels because the “Non-Discrimination of Israel in Labeling Act” made it possible for them to do so. If you want the “US Embassy” moved from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, you should vote for DeSantis.

He added a clause to the fiscal 2018 spending plan in August 2017 that would stop all the money given to Robert Mueller’s “Special Counsel” investigation into Russia’s connection to President Trump in 2016.

In January 2018, DeSantis ran for governor of Florida, and President Trump backed him. The ‘Democratic’ candidate, Andrew Gillum, lost to him in the general election in August. He won the Republican primary. The next month, he stepped down from his job in the “House” so he could run for governor. People who worked for the government and for businesses like Jeanette Nez were running with him in the race. His campaign was backed by the “Florida Police Chiefs Association.”

His campaign was slammed for not having enough planning. In fact, DeSantis even had to reschedule an interview with the “Tampa Bay Times” in order to prepare for a more in-depth policy interview with the newspaper.

When DeSantis made a racist comment in August of 2018, many thought it was directed at Gillum, who is African–American. After the Washington Post and Naples Daily News said that he had been to racially charged conferences at the “David Horowitz Freedom Center” a few times, the controversy got even worse. The event was known for being very racially stimulating.

Governor: DeSantis took office on January 8, 2019, with Nez as his vice-governor.
When there was a lot of talk about racism, DeSantis posthumously pardoned four black men on January 11. The men were convicted of rape in 1949, but they didn’t do anything wrong. When Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel talked about the shooting at Stoneman Douglas High School, he was called out. Gregory Tony took his place.

During the first month of 2019, DeSantis said that the “Common Core State Standards Initiative” should be scrapped in Florida. It was because of him that the roles of Florida sheriffs in immigration-related issues became more visible.

There were 12 states that didn’t allow people to live in places like this when DeSantis took office in June 2019. Convicts who paid all of their court fines and dues also got to vote, as did those who did not pay them. The policy was slammed by a lot of people.

There was a pandemic in March 2020 called COVID-19, and DeSantis didn’t want to declare a state of emergency in the state.

People in North Carolina and President Trump were fighting over which state should host the 2020 “Republican National Convention.” Florida was in the running. The race was won by Florida, and it was a close race.

Family & Personal Life:-

 


Ron DeSantis and Casey Black have been together since 2010. They have two girls and a boy.

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