President claims ID is needed to buy groceries

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First we were forced to wonder whether or not self-proclaimed movie lover Tom Cruise had ever actually seen a movie, now the American people are asking, "Has Donald Trump ever been to a grocery store?" DeSantis hypes up Trump's economy and says we have "strong constitutionalists" who are now being appointed.

This time, Trump was supporting the gubernatorial bid of Rep. Ron DeSantis, who has benefited mightily from Trump's endorsement and is now considered the favorite in the August 28 Republican primary.

He predicted DeSantis will win against Agriculture Commissioner Adam Putnam in the state's August 28 Republican primary. "Name is Bill Nelson", Trump said Tuesday night.

Many on Twitter questioned when Trump, a billionaire, had last bought groceries himself.

The president's visit will also include an economic round table with Gov. Rick Scott at Tampa Bay Technical High School.

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Florida represented a crucial triumph for Trump in the 2016 presidential election and the president has maintained a steady presence in the state, returning frequently to his winter home in Palm Beach. "It's time to vote Bill Nelson out of office". Trump introduces DeSantis, who takes the stage.

For many, Trump's claim brought to mind reports of President George H.W. Bush expressing amazement upon seeing a supermarket scanner during his 1992 reelection campaign.

Putnam, a state agriculture commissioner 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. Trump had been railing against the idea of allowing noncitizens to vote, saying, "Only American citizens should vote in American elections".

Donald Trump for some reason believes that grocery shoppers must present a photo ID to make their purchases. "The time has come for voter ID like everything else", Trump said. "But we are turning it around".

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