New survey data shows that just 39 percent of voters would back Biden in a hypothetical 2024 rematch against Trump, a figure that has decreased since May.
Trump's chances of returning to the White House have dramatically fallen since the damning testimony of Cassidy Hutchinson.
Many fans were surprised to hear the podcast host praise DeSantis since he had voiced support for Bernie Sanders during the 2020 presidential primaries.
The latest poll found DeSantis with his best showing yet for a 2024 bid, but Trump retained the top spot among Republicans.
The popular podcast host said what the Republican governor has "done for Florida has been admirable."
The pamphlets were found in cities from Jacksonville to Orlando to Miami.
"The detection capacity for pythons is very low," said Everglades Foundation Chief Science Officer Steve Davis.
Dan Eberhart said that Trump "is facing an important onslaught of negative facts with these hearings and there is no real defense."
Posts claiming that the Democratic hopeful Charlie Crist has taken a surprise lead in Florida's gubernatorial race have spread online in recent days.
A look at what Florida Governor Ron DeSantis has said about the insurrection as Trump's involvement in the January 6 Capitol riots comes under scrutiny.
Frank Luntz said the hearings are even affecting some Republican voters, who are moving on from Trump to other 2024 hopefuls.
There have been signs that the Florida governor is prepared to face the daunting challenge of fighting the former president for the GOP nomination in 2024.
Meanwhile, a separate New Hampshire survey revealed the Florida governor as Republican primary voters' top choice as the 2024 GOP presidential candidate.
Bannon made the comments in response to an article that noted Fox News has been giving the Florida governor a national spotlight.
The former gubernatorial candidate has been indicted on 21 federal charges including lying to investigators.
The poll showed DeSantis edging Biden by a 47 to 46 percent margin, with 97 percent of Trump voters supporting the Florida governor in a hypothetical election.
Thomas Kennedy says he is being prevented from attending public pressers after being listed as a "known agitator" in Florida.
"Every campaign I've run has been done with integrity. Make no mistake that this case is not legal, it is political," Andrew Gillum wrote in a statement.
The Florida governor and the former president have long been considered the two main frontrunners for the Republican nomination in the 2024 election.
The Tesla and SpaceX boss was interviewed virtually at Bloomberg's Qatar Economic Forum in Doha.
The former president is reportedly confident that he would "win" a challenge from DeSantis, although polls and experts suggest a potentially tough contest.
The Florida governor was criticized for postponing the state's 25-cent gas tax reduction until October, right before the midterm elections.
Polling results indicate the former vice president would not fare well against Trump.
"President Biden always stands up to bullies. And that's what these extreme MAGA laws and policies do—they bully kids," administration officials said.
"I welcome support from African Americans. What can I say?" Florida Governor Ron DeSantis told the press on Wednesday.
The synagogue argued that abortion is required "in Jewish law" if necessary "to protect the health, mental or physical well-being of the woman."
The world's richest man said tweeted that he's leaning toward supporting DeSantis if Florida's Republican governor makes a White House run.
Congressman Don Bacon said Sunday that he'll "be looking for other candidates" since there is "a great slate of potential Republican presidents for 2024."
Neither Republican has announced an intention to run for president in 2024, but both are believed to be seriously weighing the possibility.