Miami Mayor Francis Suarez is hammering Gov. Ron DeSantis over his fight with Disney, which took another turn when the company nixed a planned $1 billion campus housing 2,000 transplant workers in Central Florida.
Suarez, who is mulling a run for President, said DeSantis has mishandled the year-long spat, which began when Disney opposed Florida’s so-called Don’t Say Gay law.
“He took (a) winning issue we all agreed on, which was parental rights for K-third graders,” he told NewsNation’s The Hill. “It looks like now it’s something that’s spite or maybe potentially a personal vendetta, which has cost the state.”
– Jesse Scheckner, Florida Politics