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Trump restates support for Luther Strange ahead of Alabama election

Luther Strange of Alabama in a primary runoff that will decide the state's Republican candidate for the U.S. Senate.

Trump planned a rally in Huntsville on Friday, while Pence is scheduled to be in Birmingham on Monday.

For Trump, the venture will test if his voters will pay attention to him or on the other hand will support Roy S. Moore Bible-quoting former state Supreme Court justice who revels in the support of former White House chief strategist Stephen K. Bannon and other significant members of the Trump partnership.

Pence will be in Alabama Monday to make the case for odd, who is locked in a September 26 runoff battle for the Republican nomination for Attorney General Jeff Sessions' former Senate seat.

This motivated GOP premises division to conduct an acute behind-the-scenes campaign to persuade Trump to transmit unusual beyond the finish line with an emergence in Alabama.

And while Trump has stuck behind odd, polling shows Moore with a commanding lead. A super political action committee tied to Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, who favors unusual, has pumped millions of dollars into the race, as Senate Republicans worry that Moore would be a disruptive figure in the chamber, or might even lose to Democrat Doug Jones.

When asked about the newly unearthed tape, a spokesperson for Moore's campaign declined to comment or respond to CNN's inquiry about the candidate's current position on homosexuality.

But could the president make a detour and head south to rural Washington County on Saturday night and pitch for Strange's opponent, Roy Moore?

McConnell spoke with Trump recently and assured him that odd was much more competitive than recent public polls suggested, according to a person with knowledge of the call who requested anonymity to discuss it.

Unusual said Trump's support has come due to their close personal friendship and because the president knows he'll remain loyal to him and his agenda.

Trump has routinely took to his personal Twitter account to prop up Strange, writing as recently as Wednesday, "Alabama is sooo lucky to have a candidate like "Big" Luther Strange".

On Sept. 26, Moore will compete against incumbent GOP Sen.

CNN also uncovered a 2005 radio interview in which Moore said homosexual acts should be punishable under the law.

"Just because it's done behind closed doors, it can still be prohibited by state law".



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