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During a rally for incumbent Alabama Senator Luther Strange Friday, the President said after seven years of calling for the replacement of the failing health care bill, it was awful and sad McCain has chose to vote no.
Harvest resident Andrew Gathany says he is on the fence for Tuesday's runoff election between odd and Roy Moore and he wants more information about candidates.
Odd is facing a runoff election on Tuesday for the GOP nomination to hold the seat he was appointed to in February.
This result means that Moore has led odd in all ten of the independent polls taken of this race, according to Jonathan Gray of Strategy Research.
Trump said he "might've made a mistake, I'll be honest", by wading into the race. He pointed to Sen. John McCain. The senator announced he would oppose the latest edition of the bill that promises to overhaul Obamacare.
Trump, however, was in Huntsville not to back the maverick candidate Moore, but instead the establishment favorite, Strange. He is also being boosted by conservative website Breitbart News and the Great America Alliance, an advocacy group that supports Trump.
Unusual told CNN that he and Trump have formed a "close, personal friendship over the last few months".
"You have a lot of natural barriers, et cetera. You have my vote".
"Since the first day he's been in the Senate, he's been a friend", he said.
He also praised odd for agreeing to back Republican health care legislation with no strings attached, saying, "That's the coolest thing that's happened to me in six months".
The race has become a top priority for Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell and a superPAC affiliated with him will spend over $9m on Strange's behalf. The charges have stemmed from a pro-McConnell super PAC spending $9 million to boost odd.
The Strange campaign is focused on getting people out to vote on Tuesday. "Because he got saddled with things he should not have gotten saddled with".
Trump said unusual had wrongly been branded an establishment insider, saying people have unfairly claimed odd is "friendly with Mitch [McConnell]", the Senate majority leader.
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CNN aired a special report "Twitter and Trump" on Friday night, which explores the President's prolific and controversial use of the platform. Trump called that a "bum rap". Trump said. A "state of the art missile defense system" is being designed here, Trump said, adding, "Thank you very much, Huntsville". I can guarantee you among the Republican establishment, he's not.
"They take drugs, literally, and they throw it. Wouldn't that be ironic?"
ROY MOORE: Good morning, ladies and gentlemen. McCain's opposition could spell doom for the bill, which the Senate may vote on it next week, because Republicans can afford to lose few votes among their own. "That's just a trick". The attorney general came up when President Trump, for the first time ever, responded to chants of "Lock Her Up" in reference to Hillary Clinton.
The NFLPA said "the line that marks the balance between the rights of every citizen in our great country gets crossed when someone is told to just 'shut up and play'". "Total disrespect of our heritage, a total disrespect of everything that we stand for".
And he complained about National Football League efforts to enforce penalties created to prevent concussions.
Roy Moore's record shows that he is a man of principle, and a proven defender of constitutionally limited government and states' rights. "They're ruining the game". He discussed his long-promised border wall.
"It's all about the general", Trump said. "They did a rotten job of running, but they convinced people of this hoax". One of them will likely end up winning the December election.
"Russia did not help me". The FOX10 News/Strategy Research statewide poll also found that Trump's endorsement would sway two in 10 Republicans who plan to vote in the runoff.
"We've sort of bonded", he said. That impressed Trump because Luther asked for nothing in return, and the President made it clear that his loyalty for Strange's helpful response is what brought him to Alabama tonight.
"We can't have mad men out there shooting rockets all over the place". Here's how he explained his defiance on NPR 20 years ago. "I think that's going to be the way we grow out of this". He pointed to efforts to reform the Veterans Affairs department and increase defense spending.
Madison County was one of Moore's weaker counties in the primary and with Brooks no longer in the running, numerous voters that went with Brooks in primary could be convinced to come out and support odd.
Moore is favored by many of Trump's supporters and allies, including former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon and former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin, who headlined a rally for Moore Thursday night. Bannon has been rallying anti-establishment conservative donors and influencers and using the conservative news site Breitbart.com to attack odd.
Moore and odd faced off in their first and only debate Thursday night in Montgomery. Much of this has to do with how unusual is aligned with the Mitch McConnell/establishment Republican side of the GOP, while Moore is considered more of a far-right populist.