Trump cam­paign accus­es DeSan­tis­es of ‘pur­pose­ly spread­ing false infor­ma­tion’ about Iowa cau­cus

For­mer Pres­i­dent Don­ald Trump’s pres­i­den­tial cam­paign accused Gov. Ron DeSan­tis (R‑FL), and his wife, Casey, of “pur­pose­ly spread­ing false infor­ma­tion” about vot­ing in the Iowa Cau­cus­es on Sat­ur­day after Casey DeSan­tis said non-Iowa res­i­dents could par­tic­i­pate.
“Safe and secure elec­tions are the bedrock of our democ­ra­cy,” the cam­paign said in a state­ment. “Either the DeSan­tis­es are pur­pose­ful­ly spread­ing false infor­ma­tion or they are too unin­formed about the Iowa Cau­cus to prop­er­ly edu­cate cau­cus-goers on how to par­tic­i­pate in the process. These peo­ple have no idea what they’re doing and are sim­ply engag­ing in play-pre­tend pol­i­tics.”
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The first lady of Flori­da ini­tial­ly told Fox News Host Martha Mac­cal­lum on Fri­day that peo­ple did not need to be res­i­dents of Iowa to par­tic­i­pate in the cau­cus­es, but lat­er clar­i­fied that she was call­ing for the non-Iowa …