The rift between Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis and former President Donald Trump continues to grow. Trump has reportedly threatened to reveal damaging information about DeSantis should the governor make a bid for the White House.

Trump spoke with reporters on his private plane on Monday night and said that he thinks that if DeSantis runs "he could hurt himself very badly. I think the base would not like it – I don't think it would be good for the party."

Trump also said that he would tell the media "things [about DeSantis] that won't be very flattering." He said that he "knows more about him [DeSantis] than anybody other than perhaps his wife [Casey DeSantis], who is really running his campaign."

Insiders to the Trump campaign spoke to The Guardian and confirmed that Trump would attack DeSantis if he ran for the presidency, adding that Republican supporters wouldn't warm up to the idea that the true mastermind behind DeSantis' campaign was his wife.

Trump appeared at the Mar-a-Lago resort ballroom, a venue for an Election Day watch party. He seemingly warned DeSantis yet again, saying "I'm not sure he would want to run."

Trump isn't the only Republican to warn DeSantis away from the 2024 presidency. Attorney Alina Habba spoke Monday with Right Side Broadcasting Network during a Trump rally in Vandalia, Ohio, and offered her own warning.

"I think I like what DeSantis is doing in Florida. But, he needs to stay in Florida," Habba said.

She added that "DeSantis is DeSantis because of Trump," alluding to the fact that DeSantis won the gubernatorial race in 2018 due to Trump's endorsement.

Although he disparaged DeSantis and called him "DeSanctimonious" at an earlier rally, Trump announced that he voted for DeSantis during the midterm elections.

DeSantis has neither confirmed nor denied a possible presidential campaign. He also has not stated if he would support Trump's possible presidential campaign.

"I'm keeping my eye on the ball here in Florida," DeSantis told Fox News in August.