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While Gillum leads 54 percent among women compared to DeSantis' 40 percent, the candidates are split at 46 percent among men.
Gillum's four-point advantage falls within the margin of error.
Former Republican Rep. Ron DeSantis, who was boosted in his bid for the nomination by the President's endorsement, now finds himself consistently off the pace in his race with Gillum, who will take a brief break from the trail early Saturday morning in the aftermath of a deadly shooting at a yoga studio in Tallahassee, where he is the mayor.
"And that is why this election is so cotton-pickin' important to the state of Florida".
Buffett, a longtime Florida Democrat and environmental activist, changed some lyrics for the event.
That Nelson would not be taking the limelight was not really a surprise to the senator's supporters.
She said she has a special feeling about Gillum.
Trump said that Obama's assertion that "if you like your doctor, you can keep your doctor" under the Affordable Care Act proved false. "But I will tell you this: he is hardworking, he is dependable and he tells the truth".
MOH: 80 Palestinians injured during naval march in Gaza
The teens' bodies were wrapped in Palestinian flags and carried by mourners who shot in the air as they chanted "God is great". Israel and Palestinian militants in Gaza have fought three wars since 2008 and the recent unrest has raised fears of a fourth.
During the weekend, Trump will head to Montana and Florida on Saturday and Georgia and Tennessee on Sunday. "We can win these races not by dividing people, but by bringing folks together to give them something to vote for, and not just against".
DeSantis and his campaign have already battled accusations of racism.
Hecklers interrupted Obama repeatedly during a rally in Miami on Friday.
Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue used the term "cotton-pickin'" to describe the Florida governor's race in which Democrat Andrew Gillum is vying to become the state's first black governor.
But speaking with Roll Call in Orlando on Friday, Scott exuded confidence.
He accused Democrats of promoting an open border and wanting to invite caravan after caravan of immigrants - referring to Central American immigrants who have entered Mexico with the aim of reaching the United States - and said that this would lead to more crime.
"I stand against any person or organization that peddles this type of unbridled hate and unapologetic bigotry", Kemp said in a statement.
Shortly afterward, Trump said in West Virginia that he'd watched Obama's speech on television aboard Air Force One.
For months, Scott had kept his distance from Trump and even disagreed with the president on items such as the death toll in Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria.
"When the president won Florida in 2016, Republicans were down significantly going into Election Day", DeSantis told Fox News' "Fox and Friends". "He knows he's going to lose".