Published: Sat, August 04, 2018
World News | By Laverne Osborne

Donald Trump Makes the Strangest Argument for Voter ID Laws Yet

Donald Trump Makes the Strangest Argument for Voter ID Laws Yet

"It's profits over people these days and we have to speak out against that, it's our duty to so".

China and other top USA trade partners zeroed in on American farmers with retaliatory tariffs after the administration imposed duties on Chinese goods as well as steel and aluminium from the European Union, Canada and Mexico.

Then, as his wife puts it, he "reads stories" to his children-evidently including The Art of the Deal, a book ghostwritten by a now frequent Trump critic.

According to the National Conference of State Legislatures, 34 states have laws that require voters to show identification when voting. "You know if you go out an buy groceries, you need a picture or a card - you need ID", Trump said to the crowd.

It's unclear when the president last purchased groceries or anything else himself.

Photo ID is required when purchasing alcohol or cigarettes, and occasionally when verifying purchases made with a credit card. Scott is running in a competitive race for the Senate against Democratic Sen.

Scott was in Washington on Tuesday and was scheduled to travel with Trump on Air Force One to Tampa.

He also appealed for voters to elect more Republicans to Congress, saying Democrats are opposing his to-do list and slowing consideration of his Supreme Court nominee, Brett Kavanaugh.

Trump said Nelson wants to raise taxes, supports sanctuary cities, and opposed "Kate's Law", which would have increased criminal penalties for repeat illegal immigrants who committed violent crimes.

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The ZANU-PF leader tweeted: "At this crucial time, I call on everyone to desist from provocative declarations and statements". The riot police backed by armoured vehicles with water cannon did not immediately move in to break up the demonstration.

At last week's White House meeting, Trump, Ryan and McConnell agreed that Congress was on track to enact more than half of federal spending before the new budget year begins October 1, but that DHS funding, including the border wall money, doesn't have to be settled before then, according to a person familiar with the meeting who was not authorized to discuss it publicly and insisted on condition of anonymity.

Trump argued that previous administrations had allowed the United States to "truly get ripped off, but we're not going to let that happen".

"My great friend, a tough, brilliant cookie". He says the only time he sees Nelson is "five months before every election".

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

"And you need your picture".

Speaking to a rally in Florida on Tuesday, Mr Trump also accused Democrats of obstructing his agenda as he campaigned for two Florida Republicans. 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.

"Tonight they [reporters and commentators] will criticize the president for coming here and taking sides in the primary". In June 2015 the New York Daily News quoted him saying Obamacare was about to kick in "really bigly".

Trump campaigned on a promise of building a wall to deter illegal immigration and to make Mexico pay for it. Mexico has refused, leading Trump to look to USA taxpayers to fund the endeavor instead, at least for now.

"Somebody once said to me, 'Oh, I don't talk about politics, I don't talk about faith, ' and my word to them was, 'Do you love your family, do you love your homes, do you love America?'" said Trump supporter Christy Moore of Wellington.

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