Published: Wed, August 01, 2018
Worldwide | By Victor Meyer

Trump at rally makes false claim on photo IDs for groceries

Trump at rally makes false claim on photo IDs for groceries

Trump said farmers have declared they are "okay" with tariffs that are costing billions, making them "true patriots", and claimed that in order to buy groceries, people have to show photo ID, so they should have to do the same thing to vote.

Trump created the commission after claiming that at least 3 million people voted illegally in the 2016 presidential election - enough to make up for Hillary Clinton's lead in the popular vote.

TAMPA — The Florida Democratic Party issued a response to President Trumps comments Tuesday criticizing U.S. Sen.

"If you go out and you want to buy groceries, you need a picture on a card, you need ID", he told the crowd. "You go out and you want to buy anything, you need ID and you need your picture".

Photo IDs are required for certain purchases, such as alcohol, cigarettes or cold medicine.

President Donald Trump is diving deep into Florida's Republican politics, joining his preferred candidate for governor in a competitive primary. The Democrats are not voting for what we want to do. "Name is Bill Nelson", Trump said Tuesday night. And he also endorsed Governor Rick Scott for Senate. They waved signs that featured Trump's new campaign slogan 'Keep America Great, ' 'Trump, Pence, ' 'Women for Trump, ' and 'Blacks for Trump'.

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Trump has publicly threatened to shut down the federal government over his push to overhaul the nation's immigration system and fund his signature border wall, though officials say he has privately assured staff he wouldn't provoke a fiscal crisis before midterms.

Before the rally, the former fashion designer introduced the President in a speech at Tampa Bay Technical High School as part of "workforce development week", in which the father-daughter pair are visiting community colleges and hosting numerous events to do with vocational education reform.

Polling suggests that DeSantis has overcome Agriculture Commissioner Adam Putnam's once-commanding lead, due nearly exclusively to the president's endorsement.

Scott didn't joined Trump at the rally but appeared with him at an earlier roundtable event.

Putnam's campaign released an ad last week featuring the endorsement of Attorney General Pam Bondi, a staunch Trump supporter, who said Putnam will "stand with President Trump to get tough on illegal immigration".

The president blasted Mr. Nelson as someone who voted against tax cuts and "puts criminal aliens before American citizens".

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