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It was a * very * good week for Ron DeSantis

(CNN)Becoming Rondesantis these days isverygood.

The governor of the Republican Florida, a clear favorite for the second phase of November, continues to rise in the eyes of GOP voters looking forward to the 2024 presidential election.

This week's events did not slow down that momentum.

Start with the testimony of the bomb of former Trump White House aide Cassidy Hutchinson to the 1/6 Commission on Tuesday.

It is possible to argue whether Hutchinson's testimony puts Trump at legal risk, but it is already clear that her remarks have hurt him in parts of the conservative world. ..

"Trump is shameful," wrote the conservative Washington Examiner editorial board after Hutchinson's testimony. "The Republicans have a much better option to lead the party in 2024. You shouldn't think about anything else, let alone support him again."

2 from Hutchinson After a "brilliant" testimony of time, former Trump White House Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaneydeclared. "It's a very, very bad day for Trump."
Trump's loss is definitely DeSantis's interest. Post-Public Opinion Polls (both national and swingstate) show that the Governor of Florida is the only potential candidate running even close to Trump. (A recentNew Hampshire pollfixed DeSantis at 39% to 37% of Trump.)

Many of DeSantis' growing popularity is a hybrid. It is due to Trumpism. To the awakening, uh, without distraction, presented by the former president.

DeSantis spent most of last year on cultural wars with Disney, critical race theory, math textbooks, the LGBT community and more.

As part of his efforts, he signed a law in April banning abortion after 15 weeks. On Thursday, aFlorida judge ruled that the law was unconstitutional.

At first glance, this may seem like bad news for DeSantis. But the image of the Governor of Florida fighting for his life in the face of uncontrollable justice is a story of his decision, and the recent Roe v. Wade case has brought Republicans to life nationwide. And it's an obvious winner for him. Judgment.

"The Florida Constitution does not include, nor does it, the right to kill an innocent fetus, so we reject this interpretation," DeSantis' office ruled Thursday. Said in a later statement. "We appeal against today's ruling and urge the Florida Supreme Court to overturn existing Florida rights on privacy rights. The struggle for life is not over."

Points: DeSantis has emerged as a legitimate candidate for a Republican nomination. Even if Trump decides to run for the third time in 2024. This is a noteworthy statement.