Two Republican Presidential candidates were booed while delivering speeches at the Florida Freedom Summit in Kissimmee, Florida.
GOP Presidential candidate Asa Hutchinson who previously served as the Governor of Arkansas was first booed by the crowd after saying it’s very likely Trump will be found guilty of a felony next year.
Watch Hutchinson get booed here:
Asa Hutchinson loudly booed at the Florida Freedom Summit for telling the crowd that “there is a significant likelihood that Donald Trump will be found guilty by a jury on a felony offense next year.” pic.twitter.com/bdTZgJjLZc
— Veronica Stracqualursi (@VeronicaStrac) November 4, 2023
Here’s what Fox News reported:
GOP presidential candidate Asa Hutchinson was booed Saturday when he told a Republican summit that there is “significant likelihood” that former President Trump will be found guilty of a felony next year.
The former Arkansas governor told the Florida Freedom Summit in Kissimmee, Florida, that such an outcome will make it harder for Republicans down the ticket to win their races if Trump, who is leading in the polls, wins the 2024 Republican nomination.
Trump is facing dozens of felony counts in multiple cases, including accusations of falsifying records related to alleged hush money payments,