During a freewheeling rally in Tampa, Donald Trump claimed shoppers needed photo to buy groceries.
According to the National Conference of State Legislatures, 34 states have laws that require voters to show identification when voting. He was trying to tell supporters that tighter laws would stop people who aren't USA citizens from voting, and in his argument added that people need IDs for most other things.
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USA president Donald Trump has falsely claimed you need to show photo identification to buy groceries in his country.
Although photo identification is required for some purchases, such as alcohol or cigarettes, by and large, it's not.
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Chairman M Venkaiah Naidu assured Mr Sharma that he would look in to the matter after the debate ob NRC is concluded. He also allayed fears among a section of people, insisting "there is no need to panic as it is not the final NRC".
Trump, who is seeking Judge Brett Kavanaugh's confirmation to the Supreme Court in the fall, also made the case that voters need to elect more Republicans, pointing to Democratic opposition to his pick.
The Tampa rally was a reminder that Trump - the man, the President and his entire political project - can be sustained only with the anger, the adulation and the chance to tear at the nation's most irritated political divides that he can find only in a campaign context. What they had to say showed exactly how divided Floridians are about topics ranging from immigration to the environment to Trump himself.
The president had no problem mentioning Scott's opponent - incumbent Democratic Senator Bill Nelson by name, branding Nelson has a liberal Democrat.
"I'll go six or seven days a week when we're 60 days out, and I will be campaigning for all of these great people that do have a hard race, and we think we're going to bring them over the line", Trump told Hannity.
"I know who I'm voting for - I'm going to vote for DeSantis", said Martin.
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Charles Koch has said he doesn't care if Democrats take back the House of Representatives in 2018. In response to the president's tweet, network spokesperson James Davis played down the criticism.
He spent much of the rally highlight strong economic numbers and praising DeSantis as "a tough, brilliant cookie".
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Going out on the road, where Trump shatters taboos and dodges accountability for his wild misrepresentations, offers him more than the chance to draw energy from those who love him. Although Tuesday was the biggest night of his campaign and he was just feet away from dozens of TV cameras and reporters, his campaign didn't make the candidate available for questions before or after the rally.
"It's insane", he added, "but we're turning it around".
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. Bill Nelson, who is being challenged by Trump ally Gov. Rick Scott in a high-profile Senate race.
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Mr Trump has a popularity rate in the party of about 87%, which is historically high compared to predecessors at this point in the presidency.