Donald Trump And Roy Moore Differ On Gay Rights

Roy Moore beats Trump, NRA-backed candidate in Alabama race
		
      Posted By Rachel Hardy

Roy Moore beats Trump, NRA-backed candidate in Alabama race Posted By Rachel Hardy

Trump campaigned for unusual on Friday, but said that if Moore won he would campaign for Moore to keep the seat in Republican hands. Jeff Sessions (R), who is now attorney general. "It was great being with Luther Strange last night in Alabama". As many recall, that is the reason he was in Alabama Friday evening where he gave the speech about the National Football League sons of bitches. Luther Strange started way back & ran a good race.

Although he endorsed the establishment favorite odd, who was appointed to the position this year after Jeff Sessions resigned to become Attorney General, Trump quickly congratulated Moore on his victory and said he would be a great senator.

Now, before we get into the details here, keep this in mind.

According to information on the Alabama Secretary of State's website, only 14.39% of registered voters cast a ballot yesterday.

Senate Republicans said they would not vote on the Graham-Cassidy Obamacare repeal bill when it became clear they didn't have the votes for passage. He's going to be terrible. "We're going to be reaching out to all people now". We'll unpack the results from Alabama's special election.

Trump deleted three other Tweets, voicing his supported for unusual.

President Trump, Mitch McConnell and probably most other Senate Republicans didn't want to see Roy Moore win Tuesday's Alabama primary.

WILLIAM BRANGHAM: The runoff between Moore and unusual pitted some top Republicans against one another, each side claiming the mantle of President Trump and his agenda.

The loss of his favoured candidate in Alabama's Senate primary runoff reportedly left Donald Trump feeling "embarrassed and pissed". However, there is a caveat here.

Roy Moore, the bombastic evangelical Christian who was twice ousted as Alabama's chief justice, has beaten Sen. This is not a rebuke of Trump's policies or politics, and it's not a better candidate than Luther Strange by any stretch of the imagination.

DOUG JONES: Please stand with me.

For instance, even though he's an immigration hardliner, he doesn't know who Dreamers are or Trump's stance on helping them.

However, the Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics, a watchdog organization, is now calling Trump out for deleting the tweets, claiming that he is in violation of the Presidential Records Act.

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