Ron DeSantis: Donald Trump endorsement 'separates the wheat from the chaff'

03 August, 2018, 20:18 | Author: Clarence Schmidt
  • Congats to Florida Rep. Ron DeSantis on the creepiest ad of the year

It was a sometimes rambling set piece of Trumpian oratory that stretched more than an hour long, featuring plenty of ad-libbed departures from his prepared text, storytelling and anecdotes.

Trump surprised many congressional Republicans over the weekend when he threatened a government shutdown if Congress does not fund his border wall and change immigration laws.

The 30-second ad focuses on Trump's endorsement of DeSantis and makes light of how DeSantis believes in Trump's core promises.

First we were forced to wonder whether or not self-proclaimed movie lover Tom Cruise had ever actually seen a movie, now the American people are asking, "Has Donald Trump ever been to a grocery store?"

"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.

He said that while making a comical ad, he also wanted to introduce the voting public to his family.

In a new ad released Monday, Republican candidate for governor Ron DeSantis drives home his love for President Donald Trump - again and again, with humor. "I just thought you should know", she adds.

"This may be the greatest movement in the history of our country", he said. "That's not gonna happen".

Trump claimed that Americans must present voter ID for "everything" other than voting, the Associated Press reported.

The president is set to trumpet his endorsement of Republican candidate for governor, Rep. Ron DeSantis, who has been a staunch defender of the president against the Mueller probe looking into possible Russian meddling in the 2016 USA presidential election. Since then, China has retaliated with $45 billion in tariffs of its own, driving down soybean prices and sparking concern among Republicans that their party could suffer at the ballot box in November's midterm elections. "It's OK. We can take it". "Now, with about fifteen to twenty percent undecided, the question will be who's better for Florida", said Democratic political candidate Steve Vancore.

Clutching a poster with photos comparing the Republican to Harry Potter villain, Lord Voldemort, Stearns talked about her concerns over Scott's race against incumbent Democrat Bill Nelson. "It's up to the politicians at the local level to decide whether they want to tether themselves to that or not", he said. "Build the wall!" He sprinkled in false claims (people need an ID to buy groceries he said at one point), plugged his hotel in Washington, and even mentioned "Crooked Hillary". He says the only time he sees Nelson is "five months before every election".

"Florida is going in the right direction, and we need to continue our success and build upon it", he told the crowd at the rally.



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