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President Donald Trump traveled to Alabama Friday night to help Luther Strange win the Republican nomination for Senate in the runoff vote Tuesday. Or did he?
We know he was there. Anyone with a television knew he was there because it was picked up nationally for some reason. That’s the magnetism of Trump; only he can make national news out of a primary runoff for a nomination. Hearing this, one might believe Strange is certain to win, but he still trails Roy Moore by a good margin.
The strange thing about it was that this was as much about Trump as it was about Strange. In fact, he talked a lot more about himself and various situations pertaining to him than he did about the candidate he traveled to support. The guy loves campaigning to friendly crowds, doesn’t he?
Here are the seven takeaways from the event:
He might have made a mistake backing Strange
Donald Trump Admits: ‘I Might Have Made a Mistake’ in Endorsing Luther Strange Over Judge Roy Moore [VIDEO]
During President Donald Trump’s rally to show support for RINO Mitch McConnell stooge, lifelong DC lobbyist and swamp creature Luther Strange, who the president endorsed, even though many of his supporters like Sebastian Gorka, Sean Hannity, Sarah Palin, and many others endorsed legendary Ten Commandments Judge Roy Moore, the president admitted that he may have made a “mistake’ with the endorsement.
The Russia scandal is a hoax
Trump: ‘Russia did not help me’ win in 2016
“Any Russians in the audience … Are there any Russians in the audience?” Trump called out to the thousands of people gathered in Huntsville for the rally in honor of Sen. Luther Strange, a Republican competing for the GOP nomination for Senate in a runoff scheduled for Tuesday.
We’re building samples of a new wall. A transparent wall.
In Alabama, Trump Attempts to Sell the Idea of a Transparent Wall
“The wall is happening. In fact, you probably saw, you know, we have wall up there now, and re-renovating it already. It’s being made pristine, perfect, just as good as new, though we may go a little higher than that, but that’s okay. And we are building samples of a new wall. You know it has to be a see-through wall,” Trump said.
John McCain’s repeal betrayal was a “totally unexpected thing, terrible”
Trump blasts John McCain for opposing GOP health bill – Axios
Compared to his opponent, Roy Moore, Strange is the establishment candidate, but Trump told Alabama residents that Strange “is determined to drain that swamp.” He added, referring to Republicans in Congress, Strange “doesn’t know those people. He’s never met them.”
NFL Owners should fire “son of a b****” anthem protesters
Trump UNLOADS: NFL Owners Should Fire ‘Son of a B****’ Anthem Protesters | Daily Wire
“Wouldn’t you love to see one of these NFL owners, when somebody disrespects our flag, to say, ‘Get that son of a b**** off the field right now. Out. He’s fired! He’s fired!” said Trump, to thunderous applause.
Jeff Sessions can lock up Hillary Clinton if he wants to
Trump tells Alabama crowd: Ask Jeff Sessions about locking Hillary Clinton up
“If Crooked Hillary got elected, you would not have a Second Amendment, believe me. You’d be handing in your rifles,” Trump said during a campaign rally for Alabama Republican Senate candidate Luther Strange.
North Korea situation is Clintons’, Obama’s fault
Trump Hits Clinton, Obama For NK Crisis | The Daily Caller
“Rocket man should have been handled a long time ago,” the president said at a rally in Alabama, appearing to suggest that past American presidents — Bill Clinton, George W. Bush, and Barack Obama — should have dealt with the North Korea threat before it got to this point. Trump has also called out Hillary Clinton in response to her criticisms of his North Korea policy, accusing her of failing to act as Secretary of State while North Korea developed nuclear weapons.
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