Published: Thu, August 02, 2018
Global News | By Stacy Ballard

Does Trump think you need photo ID to ‘buy groceries’?

Does Trump think you need photo ID to ‘buy groceries’?

The ad's copy is heavy on references to President Donald Trump, which is unsurprising in light of the President coming to Tampa Tuesday to rally on behalf of DeSantis, a third-term Congressman representing the Daytona Beach area. "Then Mr. Trump said, 'You're fired, '" DeSantis tells his infant son. Photo IDs are required for certain purchases, such as alcohol, cigarettes or cold medicine.

They may also be asked for identification if paying for their goods with a cheque, or card, although this is at the discretion of individual stores.

There would be other Trump campaign mentions throughout the 30 second spot.

'Trump says you need an ID to buy groceries.

'How out of touch can you be?

Huawei knocks off Apple to become No. 2 smartphone seller
The data refers to the second quarter of the year, when Apple sold 41 million smartphones, growing one percent year-on-year. However, this was still enough to retain first position, although it may be looking over its shoulder going forward.


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

'What could it cost?

"There's no doubt that the Trump bump is real and DeSantis got a lift from it", said Steve Vancore, a Democratic political candidate.

Mr. Trump visited Florida to campaign for Rep. Ron DeSantis, who is running in the August 28 GOP primary for governor against former congressman and Florida agriculture commissioner Adam Putnam.

President Donald Trump speaks to supporters July 31, 2018, at a rally in Tampa, Florida. "They will do anything they can to not help the Trump agenda".

McDonald's fight: New footage shows argument which led to brawl
She then batters the worker with a metal tray - but the server soon strikes back and begins punching the woman. A few more angry words are exchanged but no more punches are thrown before the footage cuts out.


Election season was clearly on the president's mind at his rally, which featured a friendly crowd clad in Make America Great Again hats and t-shirt.

Just a few months ago, DeSantis was way behind in the polls, but is now enjoying a lead, and in some polls, is leading over opponent and current AG Commissioner Adam Putnam.

Michael Avenatti, the lawyer for Daniels, was among the scores of critics who took to Twitter to point that out - and, in his case, put in a plug for a possible 2020 presidential bid to challenge Trump. "And after while, you forget, who's the senator?"

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

Samsung Q2 profit dented by low S9 sales
At the same time, thanks to some less-than-great Samsung Galaxy S9 sales numbers, Samsung suggested two things were true. Prices for 128 gigabit MLC NAND flash memory chips fell about 9 percent, according to inSpectrum Tech Inc.


Like this: