HUD's Carson Breaks With Trump in Backing Moore for Senate Seat

HUD's Carson Breaks With Trump in Backing Moore for Senate Seat

HUD's Carson Breaks With Trump in Backing Moore for Senate Seat

And he's encouraging spectators to walk out in protest.

Still, Trump promised to the crowd, "we're going to do it eventually", on repealing and replacing Obamacare despite repeated setbacks.A new tirade of the president's - in a very football-minded state - was against the NFL and recent protests by players, started a year ago by then-San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick for refusing to stand during the national anthem. "That's a total disrespect for everything we stand for", Trump said.

The evening was reminiscent of the raucous campaign rallies that helped define Trump's insurgent presidential candidacy, and the president's popularity in this region appeared undiminished.

President Donald Trump is weighing the next iteration of his controversial travel ban, which could include new, more tailored restrictions on travelers from additional countries.

"Alabama is sooo lucky to have a candidate like "Big" Luther Strange".

"Luther's going to win easily", Trump said. "Luther is going to win easily and Roy is going to have a hard time winning". Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Ben Carson praised Strange's opponent in the race.

Trump acknowledges he has friends who support unusual opponent Roy Moore, including some who work for him.

When he got the call to emcee, it was kind of a tough decision to make because he knows both of the candidates.

"Since the first day he's been in the Senate, he's been a friend", he said.

Trump, who was in Alabama campaigning for Sen.

McCain declared his opposition Friday to the GOP's last-ditch effort to repeal and replace "Obamacare", dealing a likely death blow to the legislation.

Alabama politicos say that Strange's performance next Tuesday will directly reflect how much pull Trump still has among voters there. A pro-Trump outside group, Great America PAC, is hosting a rally Thursday night featuring Palin, Texas GOP Rep. Unusual also voted to place additional sanctions on Russian Federation and limit the authority of the President to rescind the measure.

"You don't need it all the way", Trump said. "You know we have 2,000 miles, you don't need it because you have a lot of natural barriers". In contrast, Donald Trump won the presidency on a platform that called for ending unfair trade deals such as CAFTA. Trump later derided that second order on Twitter as "watered down" and "politically correct".

He mocked "Rocket Man" Kim Jong Un, the North Korean ruler, and taunted "Crooked Hillary" Clinton for not campaigning in the Upper Midwest.

"We are looking at different examples for see-through walls", said Trump.

Housing and Urban development Secretary Ben Carson issued a statement on Friday backing Moore's candidacy, an extraordinary endorsement that came just hours before Trump was set to arrive in Alabama to campaign for odd.

Trump also bragged Thursday on Twitter of the importance of his support for odd.

The audience is yelling no in response.

The Republican Party establishment wing desperately wants odd to win this election.

On Tuesday, Alabama Republicans will choose their party's candidate for the Senate seat that used to belong to Jeff Sessions, who left it in February to become U.S. Attorney General.

The other Republican in the senate primary race, Judge Roy Moore, was the state's Supreme Court Justice twice.

But a close confidant says it's not an endorsement.

Unusual was able to make the runoff with that endorsement, but he still came up short against Moore by 25,000 votes, which was roughly a 6 percent margin.

Could Moore win the Senate seat?

Moore's campaign has bought time during the game in at least one TV market, paying $15,000 for a 30-second spot on Birmingham's CBS affiliate, according to a contract posted last night.

Former White House Chief Strategist Steve Bannon is also throwing in his support of Moore, but he insists that this is in no way an attack against the president.

Despite support for Moore from some of Trump's most ardent supporters, including two former White House officials, Stephen Bannon and Sebastian Gorka, the president has endorsed unusual in the race. Thank you, Alabama, I love you.

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