At a Make America Great Againrally in Tampa, Florida, on Tuesday night, President Trump went off on a little tangent about the need for voter IDs. Trump had been railing against the idea of allowing noncitizens to vote, saying, "Only American citizens should vote in American elections". "You know if you go out an buy groceries, you need a picture or a card - you need ID", Trump said to the crowd.
To be fair, to purchase alcohol and sometimes certain over-the-counter medications requires an ID.
Florida gubernatorial candidate Ron DeSantis has released a campaign video that shows him teaching his daughter to "build a wall" with toy bricks and reading President Donald Trump's "The Art of the Deal" book to his infant son.
President Trump also used Democrat push back on his supreme court pick Brett Kavanaugh as a rally cry to get Republicans to the polls. "It's time to vote Bill Nelson out of office".
Scott was also endorsed by Trump in his bid to defeat Sen.
Trump praised DeSantis as "a tough, brilliant cookie" and predicts: "He's going to be your next governor".
Polling suggests that DeSantis has overcome Agriculture Commissioner Adam Putnam's once-commanding lead, due nearly exclusively to the president's endorsement.
More than a quarter-century after former President George HW Bush's grocery store scanner moment, President Trump has stumbled into a similar supermarket-themed slip.
DeSantis has tied his campaign for governor directly to Trump, appearing on Fox News more than 100 times to talk about federal issues and defend the president.
While the reasons for the early arrivals are plentiful, many said they're there to show support for the president. "The time has come for voter ID like everything else", Trump said. "But we are turning it around".
In May the United States left the deal which curbed Iran's nuclear activities in return for the lifting of worldwide sanctions . The deputy speaker of Iran's parliament, Ali Motahari, said that to negotiate with Trump now "would be a humiliation ".
But federal judges overseeing both cases have upheld Mueller's authority to investigate and prosecute Manafort. He pleaded not guilty to these allegations, and the case is scheduled to go to trial in mid-September.
Apple made more money from higher priced iPhones in the latest quarter, even as the number of phones it sold did not change much. Apple sold 41.3 million phones from April to June, a modest bump from the 41 million sold during the same period in 2017.
In order to avoid having to play in the game, they would need to finish with a better record than the Boston Red Sox . Drury, who has played every infield position this season except shortstop, is batting.176 in 18 games in the majors.
Ahed Tamimi hugs her father Bassem after she was released from an Israeli prison Sunday after serving an eight month sentence. Wearing her trademark black-and-white chequered Arab scarf when she returned home, Tamimi greeted dozens of well-wishers.
With imports increasingly only by 0.5 per cent, net trade added 1.06 percentage points to the second quarter's GDP growth figure. Due to declines in birth rates, workers will be joining the economy at a slower pace and this hurts overall growth levels.
Hundreds of firefighters are battling the blazes and the authorities are seeking worldwide assistance. Turkey has joined Spain in offering to provide aid, including airplanes and helicopters, to Greece.
House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy repeatedly refused to support or oppose impeachment when asked by reporters at the Capitol. The Justice Department has provided more than 800,000 documents to lawmakers, The Associated Press reported.
Because Trump's wall was funded during the current fiscal year, it would continue for the length of the extension. Cuellar said he remains concerned about the continued separation and reunification of immigrant families.
Last year, Bajaj Auto and British motorcycle maker Triumph Motorcycles announced their plans to make mid-capacity motorcycles. Sales have fallen in the past year, and Harley-Davidson stock has declined 15 percent so far this year.
She said: "I'm not a racist and the people who voted for Trump, they're not racist either, and Trump isn't a racist, sorry". Barr also addressed Jarrett directly and apologized for the tweets, advocating for a broader dialogue on race relations.
State revokes approval for Charter-TWC merger
The state has two months to pick a successor company to take over Charter's service, according to The New York Post. As a result, the commission's general counsel referred a false-advertising claim to the Attorney General's Office.
Facebook loses $130 bn in just two hour, Zuckerberg $17 bn
The company may have halted more ad purchases than expected as it applied a broad definition of what's considered "political". Much ground has been lost in the short span of 24 hours - a fall from which Facebook will have to work hard to recover.