Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis may be ignoring former President Donald Trump, but at least one of his supporters is not.
A plane towing a banner expressing support for the 44-year-old DeSantis flew over Mar-a-Lago Tuesday afternoon, hours before the 76-year-old Trump was expected to announce a 2024 presidential run.
“You lost again Donald! #DeSantis2024,” read the banner trailing behind the bright yellow aircraft.
It’s unclear which group or individuals were behind the stunt Tuesday.
The plane and banner were clearly visible to reporters on the grounds of Trump’s residence and private club ahead of his prime-time announcement.
Trump escalated his feud with DeSantis after the Nov. 8 midterm elections, when he called the popular Florida governor, who won re-election in the Sunshine State by a landslide margin, “average” and nicknamed him “Ron DeSanctimonious” on social media.
The former president also trolled the current governor on Tuesday after an old campaign ad from DeSantis’ 2018 gubernatorial campaign resurfaced that showed the then-GOP congressman dressing his baby in a “Make America Great Again” onesie.
“Thanks, Ron!” Trump wrote alongside the video in a Truth Social post.
DeSantis, long rumored to be a possible 2024 presidential candidate, dismissed the former commander-in-chief’s attacks on Tuesday as “noise,” advising critics to “check the scoreboard” — referring to his re-election victory over Democrat Charlie Crist.