Published: Sat, August 04, 2018
Worldwide | By Victor Meyer

President claims ID is needed to buy groceries

President claims ID is needed to buy groceries

He compared himself to Abraham Lincoln at one point, and channelled Winston Churchill at another.

Recent polls in Florida show a majority of voters approve of the President's job performance.

Trump is annoyed at the probe by special counsel Robert Mueller and concerned that it is allowing his opponents to chip away at his legitimacy as President. Trump said he plans to campaign for Republicans across the country five days a week in the run-up to the midterm elections in November.

Trump has maintained a steady presence in the state, returning frequently to his winter home in Palm Beach. Bernard said she decided she'd vote for DeSantis as soon as she heard he had Trump's favor.

Trump has made no secret of his belief that his hard-line immigration policies boosted him to the Oval Office, and he launched an aggressive push for additional border security measures early this year.

"I'm not like other politicians", Trump said. 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!".

The Tampa rally was a reminder that Trump - the man, the President and his entire political project - can be sustained only with the anger, the adulation and the chance to tear at the nation's most irritated political divides that he can find only in a campaign context.

"My great friend, a tough, brilliant cookie. We have to make sure that Rick Scott wins and wins big".

Later, Trump ceremonially signed one of the first major education initiatives of his administration - the Strengthening Career and Technical Education for the 21st Century Act. He's presenting a copy of the law to the school.

Trump vanquished two of Florida's most famous GOP figures - former Gov. Jeb Bush and Sen.

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Tuesday night's event at the Florida State Fairgrounds harkened back to Trump's high-energy, crowded rallies during the 2016 presidential campaign against Hillary Clinton, which most pundits expected him to lose.

The Trumps and their cohort then travelled to Florida for a "Make America Great Again" rally in Tampa.

Patricia Green of Lakeland said that Democratic gubernatorial candidate Jeff Greene had her backing.

He parked a bus with the words "Trump's worst nightmare" outside the venue Tuesday, drawing more than a few heckles and taunts.

With few exceptions, a sitting president picking sides within his own party's primary in a state election would just be something that is "not done". Trump lost the popular vote in 2016 by more than 2.8 million votes. "So I do not support it".

"People ask me why I think I can prevail against Mr Trump", Avenatti wrote.

To Ronald Palmer of Brooksville, that doesn't sound like a bad idea.

President Donald Trump is diving deep into Florida's Republican politics, joining his preferred candidate for governor in a competitive primary. Republican leaders disagree, hoping they can avoid a high-profile display of dysfunction and focus their message on the GOP tax cuts and the strong economy.

Trump has played a role in several Republican primaries, helping candidates in Georgia, Alabama and SC in recent weeks with endorsements that underscore his influence within the GOP.

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