Former President Donald Trump has plans for a Nov. 7 rally in Miami in support of Republican Sen. Marco Rubio but made no mention of Gov. Ron DeSantis.

The rally is set to take place two days before Election Day and was announced by Trump's Save America PAC. Both Rubio and DeSantis have strong leads in polls.

Trump and Rubio had heated exchanges in the 2016 Republican presidential primaries and DeSantis is considered a top challenger to Trump for the 2024 Republican nomination.

DeSantis has remained quiet about whether he would step aside for Trump if his former mentor sought a 2024 run for the White House. This is a stark contrast to other Republican presidential hopefuls who have spoken about stepping aside if Trump were to run. Roger Stone, a Trump ally and political fixer, warned DeSantis on social media and told him to step aside for Trump.

Stone claimed that if DeSantis challenged Trump as a presidential candidate that "it would be the most stunning act of ingratitude and treachery in the history of American politics."

Stone appeared to be referring to how Trump advocated for DeSantis in the 2018 midterm elections, which led to a historic red wave for Florida.

Trump's focus has shifted from his once protege DeSantis to Rubio, the senator who Trump once belittled as "Little Marco." Rubio and Trump had several heated exchanges in 2016.

Since then, Rubio has defended and sided with Trump. Rubio has appeared at several pro-Trump rallies and acted on behalf of the former president. He's voted against Trump's impeachment as well as the Jan. 6 bipartisan commission currently investigating Trump's role in the attack on the Capitol.

In his sole debate with opponent Democrat Charlie Crist, DeSantis made no mention of if would run for the White House in 2024 or if he would complete his term as Florida's governor. DeSantis was not just silent on a presidential run, but he's made no mention of Trump in his previous speeches and rallies.