"Not good, not nice", he told the crowd as tensions with China continue to escalate, adding: "You know what our farmers are saying? "It's OK. We can take it". Trump said farmers have declared they are "okay" with tariffs that are costing billions, making them "true patriots". If you have to show identification "to buy groceries, "said the president, why shouldn't you have to show identification in order to vote?"
But despite the president's words, it's pretty common knowledge that anyone can go into a grocery or convenience store and buy food without showing photo ID.
An assertion Tuesday night by President Trump that ID is required to purchase groceries prompted a cascade of criticism from the media and his adversaries, including the lawyer for adult-film star Stormy Daniels.
"Make America great again", DeSantis reads to one of his offspring. "It's time to vote Bill Nelson out of office". DeSantis hypes up Trump's economy and says we have "strong constitutionalists" who are now being appointed. This is the group, seeded on forums like 8chan, that is convinced that a federal agent named "Q" has been feeding them dirt on all sorts of Deep State shenanigans: an worldwide pedophilic sex-trafficking ring, a Hillary Clinton/George Soros coup plot, the Rothschilds' satanic cult, etc. Trump is supposedly aware of all this and in the midst of his own counter-plans.
Trump endorsed Scott and Ron DeSantis for the key governor's race.
The 30-second clip is narrated by DeSantis' wife Casey, and highlights the importance of Trump in a heated primary with Agriculture Commissioner Adam Putnam.
Scott didn't attend the rally but joined the president earlier at a roundtable event.
On Tuesday, the president will headline a DeSantis rally in Tampa.
The candidate teaches one of his two children to "build the wall" - a reference to Trump's proposed wall on the USA border with Mexico - and shows them building a wall out of cardboard blocks.
Putnam, a and former congressman, has run a more traditional campaign for governor, barnstorming the state with campaign events aimed at building upon his family's deep ties to the state.
With tight US Senate and state gubernatorial elections coming up, Trump offered impassioned voters in Tampa a greatest hits of his administration and a plea to get out to vote and "win big".
He also advocated for requiring voters to present photo identification, even though Florida already has such a law on the books. "But we're turning it around".