Trump touts his Twitter use at Alabama rally

Trump touts his Twitter use at Alabama rally

"Roy Moore is a known quantity in Alabama". But there's a giant X factor in the mix.

While the results make the race a statistical dead heat, the Yellowhammer State has traditionally been one of the reddest of red states.

The president will try to rally support for Sen.

Trump made little hard news in what was basically a campaign-style speech that ran almost 90 minutes long. Luther Strange-a Republican with strong ties to the party establishment-over a conservative insurgent, .

The president came to Alabama to rally for unusual, whom he has endorsed over former Alabama Supreme Court Justice Roy Moore in the September 26 runoff election for the seat vacated by Attorney General Jeff Sessions.

The Sept. 26 runoff comes after odd was appointed in February to temporarily fill the seat that opened up when Jeff Sessions became attorney general.

Moore, widely known across Alabama, finished first in an August primary with 39% of the vote - 25,000 votes ahead of odd.

"We've developed a close, personal friendship".

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The rules say any bill that comes after that will need the support of more than 51 senators, which would mean Democratic support. Bernie Sanders to square off against the GOP sponsors of the latest Obamacare repeal bill in a CNN debate next Monday night.

He's outspoken, with no experience as a lawmaker, a track record of politically incorrect comments that have pundits on the Acela corridor widening their eyes and a deep belief that America needs to be made great again. Said Trump, "We have to be loyal in life".

Strange's campaign paid for 1,574 TV spots during the 18-day period, followed by Moore's campaign at 931 ads, CMAG data show. The vote comes as Trump is working with Democratic leaders Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer to work out a deal to allow undocumented immigrants brought to the children to remain in the country.

Just like he has done two times before, Donald Trump is once again promising that Obamacare repeal will pass. "Who is going to help the president?"

Turning his attention back to the man he came to endorse, Trump said, "He doesn't even know Mitch McConnell..."

The central argument of Moore's campaign is that removing the sovereignty of a Christian God from the functions of government is an act of apostasy, an affront to the biblical savior as well as the Constitution. But, he added: "The President is on my side".

The other Republican in the senate primary race, Judge Roy Moore, was the state's Supreme Court Justice twice. "You know, when the press is dishonest, which is most of the time, and when they say, like, I don't want to build a wall, I can tweet 'That was a false story".

President Donald Trump speaks at a campaign rally in support of Sen.

But at least some of President Donald J. Trump's speech on Friday night in Huntsville, Alabama, was devoted to its stated goal: a show of support for incumbent Alabama Senator Luther Strange, who next Thursday faces a primary contest against Roy S. Moore, the state's former chief judge. "Did the endorsement by the President make a difference in deciding for whom you would vote?" "If this man (Strange) wins (Tuesday)", Trump said, "that race (the general election) is over". Ahead of Tuesday's primary, it's Moore who leads in the polls.