Voter ID required to stop Democrats' push for non-citizens to vote

Congats to Florida Rep. Ron DeSantis on the creepiest ad of the year

Congats to Florida Rep. Ron DeSantis on the creepiest ad of the year

A man stabbed and then repeatedly drove over his estranged girlfriend, crushing her to death, as her suburban Philadelphia co-workers tried to help her, authorities said. You see him at parties. "I have kept my promises".

The rally comes at the beginning of a three-month sprint to the November midterm elections. In announcing the agricultural bailout last week, he urged farmers to "be a little patient" and support his trade strategy.

But on Sunday, Trump reversed course in a surprise tweet: "I would be willing to "shut down" government if the Democrats do not give us the votes for Border Security, which includes the Wall!"

"If you go out and you want to buy groceries, you need a picture on a card, you need ID", says Donald Trump. His main competitor, Adam Putnam, a rising star in Florida politics, had more local endorsements and had raised more money, $19.2m by April of this year.

WUSF News spoke to supporters and protestors outside the Florida State Fairgrounds expo hall in Tampa shortly before President Donald Trump appeared at a rally Tuesday.

Trump praised DeSantis as "a tough, brilliant cookie" and predicted a win in his race against Agriculture Commissioner Adam Putnam in the state's August 28 Republican primary.

Trump traveled to Tampa, Florida, to hold his first campaign event this election cycle, speaking to a raucous crowd of thousands for more than an hour.

Trump renewed his call for funding to build a wall on the USA southwest border with Mexico, as he has for several days.

Trump's endorsement of Ron DeSantis has turned Florida's GOP gubernatorial primary upside down.

President Donald Trump is calling the conservative Koch brothers "a total joke in real Republican circles".

Trump also implored supporters to back Scott against Democratic Sen. Bill Nelson. Florida's primary is scheduled for August 28.

"To keep it going we need to elect more Republicans".

During a "Make America Great Again" rally in Tampa, Florida, Trump stated that, "If you go out and you want to buy groceries, you need a picture on a card".

"We believe that only American citizens should vote in American elections, which is why the time has come for voter ID".

Hitting the campaign trail Tuesday in the Sunshine State, President Donald Trump touted the economy, discussed his attempts at diplomacy with North Korea and patted himself on the back for his decision to remove the USA from the Paris Climate Accord.

Trump claimed that Americans must present voter ID for "everything" other than voting, the Associated Press reported.

Senate Appropriations Committee chairman Richard Shelby, R-Ala., said that lawmakers on both sides of the aisle are working to fund the government and that Trump's threat "is not good for anything".

"I don't think he's anxious about the general election at this point".

But it was also a flash of self-awareness by an idiosyncratic politician who intimately understands his own method as one of the great political entertainers, whose skill at fanning resentments is fundamental to his appeal for a large chunk of voters. The president's unexpected and narrow victory over Clinton there earned him a critical 20 electoral votes on his path to the White House.

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