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Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis will release a book early next year amid speculation that he could be gearing up for a 2024 presidential campaign, CNN has learned.

According to a person familiar with the matter, the autobiography from the Republican governor is due to be released on February 28 and will be titled “The Courage to Be Free: Florida’s Blueprint for America’s Revival.”



Among the first rank of likely challengers, Trump’s vice-president, Mike Pence, released a memoir last month and Ron DeSantis, the governor of Florida, will follow suit in February.

Other possible candidates include the former secretary of state Mike Pompeo (book out next year); the Missouri senator Josh Hawley (one book done, another coming); the former UN ambassador Nikki Haley (two books out already); and the South Carolina senator Tim Scott (book published in August, including an inadvertent admission that he is going to run). Even Marco Rubio, the GOP’s great slight hope until Trump took him to the cleaners in 2016, has another book coming.


The Courage of Bravery: The Strength To Be Strong

Fixing Florida By Focusing On Myself First

By My Ferragamo Bootstraps: Spitting Out the Silver Spoon

Liberty and Justice for Those Of My Choosing

An American Man Under an American Sun in America

Earning My Place: Blood, Sweat, and Phone Calls to My Father

The Beta Years: From Frat Star to Fascist

Reframing Totalitarianism

CANCELED by the Woke Mob

Overcoming Cancellation: My Redemption Arc


Quitters Never Win: Pro Tips for Pro Life

Golden Retrievers, The Second Amendment, and The Unborn

One Nation Under Me God

Manhood: Testosterone’s Triumph Against Persecution

The Audacity of My Female Colleagues

Setting My Boundaries: Building The Wall

All American Reject: Shadow Banned By Big Tech Bastards

Reaching Across The Aisle and Groping Around A Bit

Cry Me A River: Accountability and Other Myths

Democracy Cuckolded

Never Give An Inch: Don’t Admit You’re 5’11

Here’s Tucker!

No Means Yes: Failure Is Not An Option

Not Like Other Girls: A Woman With War Crimes

Cancel Cancel Culture: Canceling Cancelation

Me First and You Maybe

My Pride and My Prejudice