Trump holds rally with Luther Strange in Alabama

Friday's Campaign Round-Up, 9.22.17

The missile defense question referred to tensions with North Korea, and Trump added to his derogatory nickname for North Korean leader Kim Jong-un. This should have been handled eight years ago and four years ago and honestly 15 years ago and 20 years ago and 25 years ago. "I was delighted to hear he is running for the U.S. Senate". Saying the nation is as divided now as it was during the Civil War, he remarked, "We've got blacks and whites fighting, reds and yellows fighting, Democrats and Republicans fighting, men and women fighting". On a related note, the president has tweeted twice over the last 24 hours that odd is in contention thanks to Trump (because everything is always about him).

National Republican groups, at the urging of Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, are spending millions on behalf of unusual. "He's tough on crime, he's tough on borders", Trump said. Trump won Alabama by a substantial margin in the presidential election.

Mr Moore's team have also sought to highlight that Mr Strange was appointed to fill Mr Sessions slot on a temporary basis by then Governor Robert Bentley, who was being investigated by Mr Strange. I was going to all over, I was going to smaller states. He has also picked up the endorsement of former Trump aide Steve Bannon, whose white nationalist views are not considered outlandish among Moore's base.

Trump made little hard news in what was basically a campaign-style speech that ran almost 90 minutes long.

Trump is jumping into the special election at a time when odd could use all the help he can get before the primary election on Tuesday night.

Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin and Dr. Sebastian Gorka, a former strategist for President Donald Trump, held a rally in Montgomery Thursday night after the debate to support Moore. Luther Strange in the state's tight Republican runoff race. Trump said Republicans "don't have the guts to vote for it" now they have a president who will sign it. Sen.

Trump tells rally-goers Friday night that people have claimed unusual is "friendly" with the Senate majority leader.

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"Roy has a very good chance of not winning in the general election", Trump said.

And he spoke at length about NFL players protesting police brutality and racism by refusing to stand during the national anthem, calling it a "total disrespect of our heritage".

"With Luther send a fighter to change Washington the way we all know it can be... I'd love to have them show it, but they won't show it!"

Moore took aim at Strange's background as a federal lobbyist, a fact that he said was at odds with Strange's claim that he wants to "clean up the swamp". In a statement issued by Moore's campaign, Trump's secretary of housing and urban development said "Judge Moore is a fine man of proven character and integrity, who I have come to respect over the years".

The president also told the crowd at the packed Von Braun Center, which seats 10,000, that odd was not, as his political detractors have tried to cast him, a creature of the so-called "swamp" that Trump wants to drain.