Trump compares himself to GOP icon Abe Lincoln

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

"I think he's anxious about the primary and it's going to help him in the primary, I think", said Weissert.

He also made false claims about the cost of moving the US Embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem. He had seemingly been building up to this campaign his entire adult life.

DeSantis, whom Trump has endorsed, will face off against Florida Agriculture Commissioner Adam Putnam in the state's Republican primary on August 28.

She later defended Mr Trump's claim that you "certainly" need ID when buying alcohol at the shops.

U.S. President Donald Trump defended his trade policies on Tuesday in a speech in Florida and said American farmers hurt by retaliatory tariffs from China were bearing up, in a sign he is feeling some political heat on the issue.

"In Tampa today, we met with multiple people who have been supporter of Putnam who now know the race was over", said a GOP consultant affiliated with the DeSantis campaign. "The most popular person in the history of the Republican party is Trump!" .

"If you go out and you want to buy groceries, you need a picture on a card, you need ID", Trump said at the event at the Florida State Fairgrounds. "Such voters more frequently have difficulty obtaining ID, because they can not afford or can not obtain the underlying documents that are a prerequisite to obtaining government-issued photo ID card".

The internet quickly reminded the president that no, you don't need an ID when you are buying groceries.

But despite the president's words, it's pretty common knowledge that anyone can go into a grocery or convenience store and buy food without showing photo ID.

"In some states, Democrats are even trying to give illegal immigrants the right to vote", the president said.

But seemingly overnight DeSantis has erased whatever advantage Putnam had with a campaign largely based on Fox News appearances, Trump's backing and a focus on national issues. It's not unlike the sort of skit you might see on John Oliver, or perhaps something Sacha Baron Cohen might trick a politician into on Who Is America?.

Trump said the fact that North Korea was starting to return the remains of American dead from the 1950s Korean War and that there had been no nuclear or missile tests were offshoots of the summit.

Two House candidates he backed - Katie Arrington in SC and Rep. Martha Roby in a runoff for her seat in Alabama - both won.

Then came Donald Trump. Marco Rubio made a decision to run for re-election.

President Donald Trump is diving deep into Florida's Republican politics, joining his preferred candidate for governor in a competitive primary.

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