Yes, I can find the DeSantis board.
The point was -- and I see lots of people making it on Twitter -- that Trump not only isn't doing himself any favors attacking DeSantis, but if he's trying to claim that he backed DeSantis and "made" him, he was backing everything he's attacking. Which underlines Trump's pitiful judge of character and staffing problems. He DID keep Fauci. Now he swears he always knew he was what we all now know he is. Really? Then why turn the whole country over to him -- locking down the economy, masking, distancing, etc.?
And it's a pattern, isn't it? Trump either keeps someone like Fauci, or hires/"makes" someone, then obsesses over tweets/"truths" that point out every flaw. If they're that bad, then why didn't you see it, Mr. Trump? Why did you back them?
Eventually he'll turn on Graham and Hannity. He'll berate them for every little flaw. We're supposed to forget how he gushed over them. All they have to do is make him look bad.
Don't get me wrong, I'd rather have Trump than what we've got. But after Trump allowed Fauci to put us through the last three years -- giving him his start on how to respond to the pandemic during his administration -- he'd have to be compared to someone with Biden's poor judgment to look good. Trump can do some amazing things. He knows to take the brakes off the economy and just let 'er rip. He knows energy independence is a national security issue -- as is border security. He made crazy work for him in negotiations with N. Korea. But he was played on the pandemic (and still doesn't know it), and he's now adding to the swamp, not draining it. He. Backed. Ronna. McDaniel. The end. 🤷🏼♀️