Published: Wed, August 01, 2018
World | By Camille Rivera

Trump campaigns in Florida, claims ‘most popular’ title

Trump campaigns in Florida, claims ‘most popular’ title

Ron DeSantis, a Florida congressman running for governor endorsed by President Donald Trump, released an ad this morning reminding voters that his Trump endorsement is now eating his entire brain.

Rep. Ron DeSantis (R-FL) milked his endorsement from President Donald Trump for everything it's worth in the lead-up to a competitive gubernatorial primary next month, producing a campaign ad gushing with love for the President.

Addressing a rally in Tampa, Fla., Tuesday, the billionaire said: 'You know, if you go out and you want to buy groceries, you need a picture on a card, you need ID.

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Juncker said the European Union already imports 35 percent of its natural gas from USA producers, but will work to buy more . He said US farmers will bounce back, needing the aid only because they had not expected the foreign response to USA tariffs.

Shoppers do need IDs to buy alcohol, some medicines and cigarettes. "But I appreciate more the leadership you are showing", DeSantis said, citing Trump's record on the economy, Israel and U.S. Supreme Court appointments. They waved signs that featured Trump's new campaign slogan 'Keep America Great, ' 'Trump, Pence, ' 'Women for Trump, ' and 'Blacks for Trump'.

Mr. Trump visited Florida to campaign for Rep. Ron DeSantis, who is running in the August 28 GOP primary for governor against former congressman and Florida agriculture commissioner Adam Putnam. Trump attacked public opinion polls, except one that said he was popular among Republicans.

The president referred to his efforts to get Congress to approve more funding for a border wall, and the prospect of a partial government shutdown in the fall over the issue.

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He appeared in a photo with Raptors president Masai Ujiri and general manager Bobby Webster over the weekend. Wright and Ramona Shelburn. "You know, it's hard to get Kawhi to say three words to you".

Scott didn't attend the rally but joined the president earlier at a roundtable event.

Linda Kubilius, who attend the rally as part of "Trump Train" of Clearwater women who support the president, said she had already made up her mind to support DeSantis based on his performance in a Fox News debate in late June.

Of course, Americans aren't (yet) required to prove their citizenship, identity, or anything else before purchasing food. Bill Nelson, saying it's time for Florida to vote him out of office at a Tampa, Florida, rally. "But we are turning it around".

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