He may have been referring to stores that ask to see IDs from credit card holders, but the comment became the fodder for a Twitter-wide joke from people calling out that you don't need to show your ID to get what you need at the supermarket.
Trump made the remarks during a rally to support Ron DeSantis, a Republican running for governor in Florida, just days after the candidate published an unabashedly pro-Trump ad where he taught his children how to "build that wall" with blocks and used The Art of the Deal as a bedtime story. Photo IDs are required for certain purchases, such as alcohol, cigarettes or cold medicine.
Trump endorsed Scott and Ron DeSantis for the key governor's race.
Trump has publicly threatened to shut down the federal government over his push to overhaul the nation's immigration system and fund his signature border wall, though officials say he has privately assured staff he wouldn't provoke a fiscal crisis before midterms.
Police confirm three dead in plane crash at Greenville Municipal Airport
It was bound for Charlottetown Airport, which is on the island province of Prince Edward Island in Atlantic Canada. A small plane crash in ME claimed the lives of three people travelling from Pembroke on Monday.
Patriots work out WR Decker
Matthews was signed as a free agent in April and was looking to kickstart his career after an injury-shortened season in Buffalo. To fill the roster spot, the Patriots added ex-Michigan fullback Henry Poggi, who practiced Wednesday wearing No. 48.
Home Invasion at French Montana's Calabasas Home
He's best known for last summer's hit single "Unforgettable" featuring Swae Lee, which reached No. 1 on the Billboard Rap charts. Law enforcement officials were summoned to French's mansion around 9 a.m., several hours after the crime occurred.
Among key ballots this November 6 is a close contest between Republican Rick Scott and Democrat Bill Nelson for a US Senate seat that is crucial for Republicans to win if they want to keep control of Congress.
The president blasted Mr. Nelson as someone who voted against tax cuts and "puts criminal aliens before American citizens".
"Remember I said, 'What do you have to lose?' Right?" he said, pointing to a man in the crowd holding a "Blacks for Trump" sign.
"You know, I live a lot of time in Florida", the president said.
"It's insane", he added, "but we're turning it around".