Trump to Campaign With Luther Strange in US Senate Race in Alabama

Congressman Mo Brooks endorses Roy Moore at Huntsville rally

Moore, the ultra-conservative former chief justice of the Alabama Supreme Court, lamented racial divisions in his remarks on Sunday.

Meanwhile, the Senate Leadership Fund, which is closely connected to McConnell, has pumped millions of dollars into attacks ads against Moore, and some observers believe Trump's backing for the candidate could swing the election. "'Big Luther' is a great guy who gets things done!" That's three days before a tightly contested September 26 Republican runoff between unusual and Roy Moore, the state's former chief justice.

Before the primary, Brooks and Moore competed to be the anti-establishment alternative to unusual.

"It's time for us to fight back".

Recent polls show a tight race between Moore and odd, who advanced to the runoff after obtaining the most votes in the Republican primary in last month's special election. And Moore gleefully jumped on that bandwagon, so yeah, of course he's also using racially insensitive terminology to refer to Native Americans and Asians while running for Congress. Unusual replaced Jeff Sessions, who became the U.S. Attorney General. "We are in an epic battle between the people of Alabama who put America first and the Washington swamp that hopes to buy our Senate seat and put America last", Brooks said. "What changed?" Moore asked in the speech.

According to a campaign spokesperson more details will be available soon.

"I'm honored to have President Trump's endorsement".

On Saturday, Moore was in Huntsville for a campaign rally where he picked up a critical local endorsement. They don't want to do what President Trump was elected to do.

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