Published: Wed, August 01, 2018
Global | By Enrique Rogers

Donald Trump thinks you need ID to buy groceries

Donald Trump thinks you need ID to buy groceries

The president was railing against the idea of noncitizens voting in elections when he claimed that identification is required for everything but voting.

President Trump traveled to Tampa on Tuesday for a rally in support of two Florida Republicans running for office, but for more than an hour, he talked about a wide-range of other issues, including tariffs, polls, and the US embassy in Jerusalem. "You go out and you want to buy anything, you need ID and you need your picture". "You go out and you want to buy anything, you need ID and you need your picture".

To be fair, to purchase alcohol and sometimes certain over-the-counter medications requires an ID.

President Trump praised Florida Gov. Rick Scott Tuesday as "a tremendous guy" and "a friend of mine for a long time" as he prepared to endorse U.S. Rep. Ron DeSantis in next month's Republican primary to replace Scott.

President Trump also used Democrat push back on his supreme court pick Brett Kavanaugh as a rally cry to get Republicans to the polls. Bill Nelson, saying it's time for Florida to vote him out of office at a Tampa, Florida, rally. Scott is challenging Democratic U.S. Sen.

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Putnam, a and former congressman, has run a more traditional campaign for governor, barnstorming the state with campaign events aimed at building upon his family's deep ties to the state.

He also advocated for requiring voters to present photo identification, even though Florida already has such a law on the books.

"The time has come for voter ID, like everything else", the president told supporters, "voter ID". "But we are turning it around".

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