Trump Calls for Photo ID for Voting at Florida Rally

Florida Rep. Ron DeSantis a gubernatorial hopeful taught his children to

Florida Rep. Ron DeSantis a gubernatorial hopeful taught his children to"build the wall and read to them from President Trump's book"Art of the Deal" in a recent campaign

A large number of conspiracy theorists pushing the so-called "QAnon" theory made a hard-to-miss appearance at President Donald Trump's rally for Republican lawmaker and gubernatorial candidate Ron DeSantis in Tampa, Florida, as countless crazed activists wore "Q" themed gear and flashed signs pushing the baseless idea tonight.

I went through a transcript of Trump's remarks and pulled out the ones that really stood out to me.

"No good. Not nice", he said. "To keep it going, we need to elect more Republicans". You see him at parties.

DeSantis has been content to run as the Trump candidate and little else.

The new ad is narrated by DeSantis' wife, Casey, who starts by reminding viewers that Trump has endorsed her husband in the August 28 Republican primary.

"You know, if you go out and you want to buy groceries, you need a picture on a card, you need ID. There must be something wrong, please recheck that poll!" the president tweeted.

Trump first endorsed DeSantis via Twitter back in December 2017, before DeSantis even announced he was running.

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The familial scenes are overlaid with phrases like "Pitbull Trump defender".

In other words, it was vintage Trump and the raucous crowd appeared to love every minute of it.

The video shows one of DeSantis's children building a wall with toy bricks, alluding to President Trump's Mexican border policy.

But Florida also offers something of a microcosm for how the Republican Party is handling its controversial leader. Bill Nelson (D-FL), has also opened up a three-point lead over Nelson. He issued a vialed threat about a government shutdown unless congress acts to fully fund a boarder wall.

"There's no doubt in my mind that an terrible lot of people at the Trump rally last night were Trump-Putnam voters", he said.

"After a while, you forget who's the senator", Trump said.

During the 2016 Republican primaries, Trump defeated two home-state rivals - former governor Jeb Bush and Sen.

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