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INCREDIBLE! Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis Reportedly on Texting Terms With Legendary Quarterback Tom Brady

On Monday, The New York Times reported that Tampa Bay Quarterback Tom Brady and Florida Governor Ron DeSantis have been texting. Brady’s political opinions have always captured headlines as his “Make America Great Again” hat went viral in 2015.

Republican candidate for Wisconsin Governor Tim Michels told the story to the Times of when he brought DeSantis to a Green Bay Packers game.

“We’re sitting there, you know, we’re watching the game and all of a sudden, I look over and he’s texting and he says, ‘How do you spell Lambeau?’” Michels said at a brewery. “I say, ‘Who are you texting with?’ He says, ‘I’m texting with Tom Brady.’ The governor of Florida gets to text with Tom Brady.”

Michels ended the story with a quip, “I’m hoping that when I’m governor of Wisconsin, I can text Aaron Rodgers,” the veteran Packers quarterback.

Brady’s connection with Former President Donald Trump was consistently covered. Back in 2015 when that infamous photo of Brady’s locker with the MAGA hat, he explained that he and Trump were friends and played golf together.

Years later when he won the Super Bowl in 2017, Brady refused to attend the White House as he was known to do in the past. “I haven’t talked to him in a lot of years,” he told Variety. Trump notably did not even mention the quarterback when congratulating the team during their visit.

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Tom has stayed away from public political comments since that debacle, leaving his political alliances a mystery.

Brady has been all over the news with reports of a possible divorce between him and Gisele Bündchen as well as a looming retirement. 

DeSantis himself made headlines Monday during his debate against his November opponent Charlie Crist as he said he would not commit to serving a full 4-year term in the wake of the rumor of his possible Presidential bid in 2024.

DeSantis still holds about an 11-point lead going into the election on November 8th and is expected to retain his position as Governor of the state of Florida.

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