Undeterred by the glitch-filled launch that left some of Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis’ supporters acknowledging it was a flop, the newly-minted campaign team spent the Thursday briefing supporters and detailing their strategy to defeat former President Donald Trump in the Republican presidential primary.

The summit with donors in Miami was a chance for DeSantis strategists to lay out their vision for the next year and try to build enthusiasm that their tactic will boost the Florida governor past Trump, who they’re banking on also being dragged down by his legal woes, according to interviews with several attendees.