Trump touts his popularity with Republicans at Florida rally

Rep. Ron De Santis is a candidate for governor of Florida

Rep. Ron De Santis is a candidate for governor of Florida

President Donald Trump used an odd example Tuesday night to call for stronger voter ID laws, saying that identification is required for buying groceries. "This may be, and in fact it probably is, the greatest movement in the history of our country". "We may have to do some pretty drastic things, but we're going to get it".

Congressman Ron DeSantis, a top student at Yale and Harvard Law School, is running for Governor of the Great State of Florida. I have no doubt, no doubt.

"It's a lot easier to act presidential than to do what I do". Trump tweeted support for the candidate Tuesday morning.

He predicted DeSantis will win against Agriculture Commissioner Adam Putnam in the state's August 28 Republican primary.

Standing in front of a "Promises Made".

"If you go out and you want to buy groceries, you need a picture on a card, you need ID", said Trump.

Ron DeSantis will likely have an even bigger boost after Tuesday when President Trump travels to Tampa for a rally with the GOP candidate.

Likely a political strategy, and a state polarized by the president, according to Macmanus.

The description text of his website, the bit that comes up in Google search results, simply reads: "Ron DeSantis if [sic] fully endorsed by President Donald Trump!". They were met with the crowd chanting louder than they were, "USA". China has moved to impose tariffs on US soybeans. We will never give in. "We look forward to working with anyone to do so", he said. "Our hearts bleed red, white and blue...."

Being seen as out of touch with ordinary Americans has caused embarrassment for other United States politicians.

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The president blasted Mr. Nelson as someone who voted against tax cuts and "puts criminal aliens before American citizens". Democratic Gubernatorial Candidate Jeff Greene plans to join the protestors as well.

It shouldn't come as a shock that his campaign would release a gushing tribute to the president.

It's his first of two stops during a day trip to Florida. U.S. Rep. Ted Yoho, another Florida Republican, was in attendance as well.

"I'm not like other politicians", he said. The bipartisan legislation reauthorizes $1.2 billion for local technical education and shifted decisions on how best to spend the money to states and local community colleges.

Among key ballots this November 6 is a close contest between Republican Rick Scott and Democrat Bill Nelson for a US Senate seat that is crucial for Republicans to win if they want to keep control of Congress. And a Tampa Bay Times reporter said the same.

Democratic Challenger Jeff Greene has parked his bus outside and is expected to lead an anti-Trump rally on the fairgrounds while the president speaks. By mid afternoon, hundreds were waiting to get in, verbally clashing at times with groups of protesters also assembling nearby.

Some Trump loyalists were furious at perceived contradictions in the Koch network's behavior and anxious that it could complicate the president's 2020 re-election.

DeSantis has moved to positive messaging, a sign that his campaign feels confident that the public polls showing him ahead match reality. But there were no massive TV screens outside. The Democrats are not voting for what we want to do. The Koch network boasts an army of grassroots activists across 36 states and has promised to spend between $300 million and $400 million on politics and policy this election cycle alone. The President added the Nucore is planning to build a $240 million steel mill in the very state he was campaigning in.

He defeated Clinton in Florida en route to his election night victory - which he was sure to mention.

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