Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson issued a statement on Friday supporting Roy Moore's candidacy for the Republican Senate nomination in Alabama, breaking with President Trump's endorsement of the establishment-backed incumbent Sen.
"A lot of people love Trump and love Roy Moore", said Ford O'Connell, a Republican strategist who has worked for unusual in Alabama.
During his campaign, Trump often expressed nostalgia for the "old days" - claiming, for example, that protesters at his rallies would have been carried out on stretchers back then.
And what happens if you go to AlabamaDerservesMoore.com? The president said maybe they should use the catchphrase he made famous as a reality TV star - "You're fired".
"A lot of men died for our flag", McDougal said.
He mocked "Rocket Man" Kim Jong Un, the North Korean ruler, and taunted "Crooked Hillary" Clinton for not campaigning in the Upper Midwest. What's going to bring us back together? "It's going to be God".
It is no surprise that McConnell is strongly supporting odd in his race against Moore, who is a bona fide conservative leader with a strong history of upholding constitutional principles on the Alabama Supreme Court.
A super political action committee linked to McConnell has injected millions of dollars into the race amid Republican concern Moore would be a disruptive force in the Senate, or possibly lose to Democrat Doug Jones. Conventional wisdom in Washington holds that his defeat could embolden primary challengers to some of Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell's top lieutenants in next year's mid-term elections.
Despite Trump's embrace of unusual, the president also said he told the candidate that if he does lose Tuesday's runoff, he will "be here campaigning like hell for [Moore]".
"What's the truth?" Moore asked from the stage. However, Strange has gained some ground, and if he wins, I think Trump can take credit.
"And I'm calling him". They know I'm not running against Donald Trump.
President Donald Trump says National Football League owners should fire players who kneel during the national anthem.
"We have to be loyal in life", Trump continued.
"If Luther doesn't win, they're not going to say we picked up 25 points in a very short period of time".
But Strange is not the Trump candidate, according to Bannon, who has ordered Breitbart to step up its attacks on him as a pro-amnesty creature of the Republican establishment.
In closing, Trump said, "Together with the great people of Alabama, and your giant in the Senate (Strange), we will make American strong again; we will make American wealthy again; we will make American proud again; we will make American safe again; and we will make American GREAT again". "He [Trump] wants a floor leader, if you will, for his agenda".
It was also pointed out that the signature demographic of the president in Alabama is actually standing in support of Moore.