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.
Democrats "don't want to give Trump any victory", he said.
And while he doesn't have Trump's endorsement, he has run a campaign closely aligned with the president and has the backing of one of Trump's most vocal Florida supporters, Attorney General Pam Bondi, as well as two-thirds of the state's county sheriffs. He predicted DeSantis will defeat Agriculture Commissioner Adam Putnam in this month's primary.
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He issued a vialed threat about a government shutdown unless congress acts to fully fund a boarder wall.
Instead, he spent much of the rally highlight strong economic numbers and praising DeSantis as "a tough, brilliant cookie".
A final decision has not been made, and a number of Trump's threats toward China have been designed more to bring Chinese President Xi Jinping to the negotiating table than to fundamentally change United States economic policy, said the person, who insisted on anonymity to discuss White House deliberations. Bill Nelson (D-FL), has also opened up a three-point lead over Nelson.
The misleading remark about grocery shopping led essentially every human who has ever been to a supermarket to think that Trump, like the woefully uninformed Lucille Bluth, has never purchased food from a store in his life.
Before the rally, the former fashion designer introduced the President in a speech at Tampa Bay Technical High School as part of "workforce development week", in which the father-daughter pair are visiting community colleges and hosting numerous events to do with vocational education reform. Trump was advocating for voter ID requirements at a Tampa, Florida, rally on Tuesday when he claimed the only time people don't need ID is when they want to vote.