President Trump Coming to AL to Support Strange

Trump Bannon Alabama

Trump Bannon Alabama

Trump tweeted Saturday that he will campaign for unusual in Huntsville, Alabama, on September 23. Luther Strange for Senate.

However, Trump has backed unusual, who received support from a super PAC allied with Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell. "Big Luther" is a great guy who gets things done!"

The race is a special election for the Senate seat Jeff Sessions left to become attorney general. Luther Strange next Monday, POLITICO reported.

Trump has continued to back unusual and the senator said in a statement that he is "proud to have President Trump's endorsement in this race and I am looking forward to his trip to Alabama".

Bannon, who was ousted from the White House amid savage internal feuding in August, is throwing his weight behind Strange's opponent, Roy Moore, a controversial former judge.

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Next Tuesday, Republican voters will decide between unusual and former Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore to be their representative in the general election on December 12, when the victor will take on Democrat Doug Jones of Birmingham.

Former vice president candidate Sarah Palin will be in the state this week to stump for Moore on a statewide bus tour.

U.S. Senator Richard Shelby (R-Alabama) has endorsed the man appointed to the other Alabama U.S. Senate seat in a bid for a full term in office. "His approval numbers are in the mid-80s among Republicans", Blake Harris, an Alabama Republican strategist, told Politico.

It would be a mistake, though, to interpret Trump's position in the Alabama race as indicating he is throwing aside the populist insurgency that brought him to power.

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