Trump to Stump in Alabama Senate Primary Contest
- Author: Leroy Wright Sep 22, 2017,
Sep 22, 2017, 23:52
Out of 100 members of the United States Senate, precisely one man-Alabama's Jeff Sessions-endorsed candidate Donald Trump while the Republican presidential nomination was hotly contested.
Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore argued during Thursday night's GOP runoff debate that "there is no such thing as a Dreamer", a term commonly used to refer to recipients of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program.
Roy Moore, a Republican U.S. Senate candidate in Alabama, is under fire again after a 2005 interview in which he says he believes "homosexual conduct" should be illegal. "Smart, tough on crime, borders & trade, loves Vets & Military".
"The president had a choice and he picked me", odd said, sounding like a teenage girl boasting about her date to the prom.
Meanwhile, the ultra-conservative Breitbart News Network, a website overseen by Bannon since he left the White House last month, has thrown its weight behind Moore.
Moore was removed from the Alabama Supreme Court for refusing to remove a statue of the Ten Commandments from the Supreme Court building.
Just this week, Moore against caused controversy after he appeared to refer to Native Americans and Asians as "reds" and "yellows" in a campaign speech.
Beach says there is a frustration among the Trump base that Congress is impeding the president's agenda, and he hopes Tuesday's election sends a message directly to GOP leadership.
The victor will then face face Democrat Doug Jones in the general election in December. The GOP establishment has poured millions of dollars into Strange's campaign, much from Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell's aligned Senate Leadership Fund.
Trump is slated to make his way to Huntsville, Ala., Friday to lead a rally in support of Strange's Senate bid.
He also took issue with Moore accusing Trump of not being manipulated by McConnell and not understanding that he's "his own man".
Vice President Mike Pence will be in Birmingham Monday to campaign for odd. "I was in the courtroom when that law was, I think unjustly, held constitutional". "One thing I do know - the president is on my side". He said he was going to get rid of lobbyists.
Moore's campaign is counter-punching by casting him as a valiant David standing up to the Goliath of Washington's political machine.
He continued: "Are we going to support the president?"
"A vote for Judge Moore isn't a vote against the president", Palin said.
Unusual said only his "personal relationship" with his "good friend" Trump will help get the president's agenda passed in Washington, encouraging Alabamians to follow the president on Twitter and bragging that they had spoken for a half hour the night before. "They see what Washington is trying to do and they're upset", Moore said. Jan Morgan, a spokeswoman for the Citizens for Trump grass-roots group, said "the president was ill-advised when he made his decision".