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Florida gubernatorial candidate Ron DeSantis’s (R) campaign is pushing back against newly unearthed tweets that showed a Republican activist and campaign ally calling former President Obama a racial slur.

Politico on Thursday reported that Steven Alembik, who has donated more than $20,000 to DeSantis, called Obama the n-word and a Muslim in a since-deleted tweet.

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“We’ve said it before, we’ll say it again: we adamantly denounce this sort of disgusting rhetoric,” DeSantis campaign spokesman Stephen Lawson told Politico in a statement.

Alembik acknowledged to the news outlet that he fired off a tweet on Sept. 8 in response to a Republican National Committee (RNC) post that highlighted Obama’s criticism that the GOP had become a party of resentment and paranoia.

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  1. This is all the left has. They cannot run on what they stand for because they would never win. (At least not yet) So the solution is to destroy their opponents with lies and innuendo. Sometimes I get so disgusted with this BS, I start looking outside the country for my place to retire. But, it always comes back to the left hasn’t won yet and I can’t run away. (Well, maybe at least to a red state. NY is just grating on my last nerve)

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