Trump Jumps Into Florida Gubernatorial Fray

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Hours before President Donald Trump rallies for his gubernatorial campaign in Tampa, U.S. Rep. Ron DeSantis appeared on Fox News Channel to outline the state of the race. Trump told the audience in Florida that "if you go out and you want to buy groceries, you need a picture on a card. You go out, you want to buy anything, you need ID, you need your picture." - remarks Tuesday at Florida State Fairgrounds in Tampa.

Supporters of President Donald Trump fill the stands during a rally at the Florida State Fairgrounds in Tampa on Tuesday.

The Democratic Governors Association responded to Desantis' creepy ad this afternoon with the following statement: "Ron DeSantis' latest television ad confirms the Republican primary will be exclusively determined by who has the fiercest commitment to President Trump".

"I'm not like other politicians", he said.

While the move echoed across the political world, Republican operatives quietly dismissed the practical impact of the Koch's decision on the North Dakota Senate race, where Cramer's campaign believes he has a double-digit lead in the deep-red state against the Democratic incumbent. As Trump supporters discovered they couldn't get in, many made their way to the protest in the First Amendment Zone.

Trump said the bill gives students better access to jobs in this "incredibly booming economy".

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US President Donald Trump wrongly claimed that shoppers need to show photo identification to buy groceries and accused Democrats of obstructing his agenda and his Supreme Court nominee during a raucous rally aimed at bolstering two Florida Republicans ahead of the state's primary.

He heaped praise on farmers, who have seen their access to some foreign markets curtailed as a result of retaliatory moves as Trump has sought to reverse a trade deficit with China, renegotiate the North American Free Trade Agreement and restart trade talks with the European Union. Marco Rubio's presidential campaign.

Susan Stearns directed much of her anger toward U.S. Senate candidate, Florida Governor Rick Scott. In that tweet, Trump highlighted DeSantis' Ivy League pedigree (Yale, then Harvard Law) and his policy positions that mirrored those of the president, including support for tough border security measures and tax cuts.

Republicans have called for sharper teeth on voting laws in the past years, while opponents say that would restrict the underprivileged from voting.

The clip also features narration by DeSantis' wife, Casey, who begins by telling viewers, "Everyone knows my husband Ron DeSantis is endorsed by President Trump".