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President Trump Joins Luther Strange for Rally in Huntsville

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Senate race in Alabama exposes Republican rift

Strange, a former state attorney general, was appointed in February to temporarily fill the Senate seat Jeff Sessions vacated to become Trump's attorney general.

While numerous polls have shown Moore ahead of unusual in the primary race, it is not clear what poll Trump is referring to that shows Moore losing to a Democrat in deep-red Alabama.

Carson added: "It is these values that we must return to in order to make America great again".

"We've sort of bonded", he said. Everyone knows a house divided can't stand for long, so the Dem's are tickled pink.

"Luther Strange is determined to drain that swamp", Trump said. By the way, why is Trump pushing so hard for unusual, when much of his base might me more inclined toward the law-defying former judge? "Now a close runoff".

Ms Palin, a powerful figure within the Tea Party movement that predated Mr Trump's anti-mainstream candidacy, claimed she was not challenging Mr Trump.

"Will be in Alabama tonight". Luther StrangeLuther Johnson StrangeMoore laments racial division between "reds and yellows" Corker pressed as reelection challenges mount Trump to visit Alabama in support of Strange MORE (R-Ala.). And if it's hard to believe is himself a fan, his love for the state of Alabama seemed genuine. They don't like being told they can't have a gun in their truck or that they have to go to jail for clocking some punk who tried to take advantage of their daughter.

"Senator Luther Strange has gone up a lot in the polls since I endorsed him a month ago", Trump tweeted Thursday. He said who that is a honest friend to it can look with indifference on attempts to shake the foundation of the fabric.

"Crime, corruption, immorality, abortion, sodomy, sexual perversion sweep our land", he continued.

Trump said both Moore and odd are "good men", but he turned his offer into campaigning for Moore into a slight against the former chief justice of the Alabama Supreme Court.

"Homosexual conduct should be illegal, yes", Moore said.

Trump, who was in Alabama campaigning for Sen.

As Strange repeatedly mentioned Trump, Moore quipped that he wasn't running against Trump, but rather Strange.

The endorsements listed on Moore's campaign website list the Rev. Matt Trewhella as a key supporter of the Alabama Republican's Senate bid, as People of the American Way's Right Wing Watch first reported.

Trump is set to campaign Friday night for Sen. If Strange wins, Trump said, "that race is over". Most polls show Moore, an unapologetic religious conservative, with a lead. This is a once-in-a-lifetime chance to see the president, but I am a Moore supporter.

"Appearing before a meeting of the secretive Conservative Action Project, Bannon made it clear that he supported Moore, a favorite among evangelicals, but was careful not to cast it as a break with the president", Politico announced. "He's being redirected by people like McConnell who do not support his agenda - who will not support his agenda in the future", he said.

Moore would seem to be a flawless ally for the President - someone who rails against the GOP Establishment, focusing much of his ire on Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell - but Mr. Trump has stuck with "Big Luther", who has trailed in the polls leading up to the runoff.

When it's all said and done, come Tuesday night the ultimate factor in who represents the G.O.P. against Doug Jones and Uncle Joe will be decided by how much sway Donald Trump and Mike Pence bring to Alabama this weekend.

As the two closed their moderator-free debate Thursday, Moore said that "there is a God in Heaven that's in this campaign".

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