Confused Republicans struggle to figure out how to watch DeSantis' Twitter announcement
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The FOX & Friends opened their Wednesday talking about Gov. Ron DeSantis and his Twitter announcement with owner Elon Musk.

"What the heck is Twitter Spaces?" a clueless Steve Doocy asked, according to RealClearPolitics.

He wasn't the only one with questions, as the reporter explained.

"Do most GOP primary voters know how to log onto Twitter to watch Musk's interview of Ron DeSantis? Will the networks carry the stream live?" asked Capitol Hill reporter Philip Melanchthon Wegmann.

The co-hosts of "The View" were also confused about the launch, commenting on the glossy ad that could have been about anyone.

Despite their tech-savvy staff, they were confused as to why DeSantis was making an "audio only" announcement with Musk. Sunny Hostin assumed that it was due to the awkwardness of both men being easier to navigate in an audio format.

Former White House communications aide Alyssa Farah Griffin suggested that it gives Donald Trump and his followers the perfect opportunity to destroy the launch by dominating the platform with their message.

But Wegmann's comments from members of the GOP Senate revealed the most.

"I’ve heard from Senate offices, voters, and others that they’re still trying to figure out how to watch the DeSantis Twitter interview," said Wegmann. "Most of it is self-deprecating — basically off-handed comments about 'being so old.' But it’ll be interesting to see how this all shakes out."