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.
He asserted, "if you go out and want to buy groceries, you need ID".
To be clear, American citizens do not need a picture ID to buy basic groceries.
Tonight's freewheeling rally lasted more than an hour and included numerous attacks on the media, as well as one glaring false claim. He talks about Trump's pro-Israel policies and says Florida can't go back to the days of Charlie Crist where the "good old boys run the show". The Democrats are not voting for what we want to do. "It's time to vote Bill Nelson out of office".
"We're going to have tremendous border security that will include the wall", he said.
"There's no doubt that the Trump bump is real and DeSantis got a lift from it", said Steve Vancore, a Democratic political candidate.
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The contest is the latest GOP primary into which Trump has injected himself, having previously helped candidates in Georgia, Alabama and SC with endorsements that have helped set the stage for the fall elections.
"Everyone knows my husband Ron DeSantis is endorsed by President Trump".
His appearance alongside DeSantis comes after the candidate released a new campaign ad for the gubernatorial race, featuring his entire family's devotion to all things Trump.
The comment came as Trump was haranguing the crowd at Florida State Fairgrounds Expo Hall about what he said was the need to prevent voter fraud by requiring voters to present photo ID before being allowed to cast a ballot in United States elections.
"It's insane", he added, "but we're turning it around".