Trump says Roy Moore should not flee Senate again, but has & # 39; nothing against & # 39; a dishonored politician
Donald Trump said on Wednesday that former Alabama judge Roy Moore, who lost a senate race in 2017 after he had rejected a series of claims of sexual misconduct with teenage girls, had to refrain from an election in 2020 where the democrat who defeated him in 2017 is looking for a full term in the office.
But the president said he & nothing against & # 39; has from the polarizing republican who last cost the GOP a normally safe seat when a cascade of allegations of sexual misconduct fell on his head.
& # 39; Republicans cannot allow themselves to lose the Senate seat again in the Great State of Alabama. This time it will be for six years, not just for Two, & Trump wrote in a paid or tweets. & # 39; I have NOTHING against Roy Moore and wanted to win him unlike many other Republican leaders. But he didn't, and probably not. & # 39;
& # 39; If Alabama does not elect a Senate Republican in 2020, many of the incredible gains we made during my presidency could be lost, including our Pro-Life victories, & # 39; he added. & # 39; Roy Moore cannot win and the consequences will be devastating … Judges and Supreme Court Judges! & # 39;
US Senate Alabama failed candidate Roy Moore wants a do-over and President Donald Trump fears a repeat of the 2017 result when allegations of sexual misconduct gave the usually reliable red chair to a democrat
Trump said Wednesday that he & # 39; nothing against & # 39; Moore has, but wants him to stay out of next year's Senate competition
Trump said he would not support Moore again, even though he was unlikely to win another Republican leader
Donald Trump Jr. humiliated Moore in more sharp words on Tuesday night after 72-year-old Alabamian said he would participate in a Republican Senate primary competition for the second time.
Moore had called a joke against his likely primary opponent, Rep. Bradley Byrne, who said: & # 39; [h] e know that if I run away I will defeat Doug Jones. & # 39;
& # 39; Do you mean like last time? You are literally the only candidate who could lose a GOP seat in pro-Trump, pro-USA ALABAMA, & # 39; Trump Jr. responded.
& # 39; Running for the office should never become a business model. If you care more about #MAGA than your own ego, it's time to drive to the sunset, right. & # 39;
Senator Doug Jones, who won a special election in 2017 to fill the then US. The vacant seat of Attorney General Jeff Sessions is considered an endangered democrat. But few political forecasters gave him a chance 17 months ago in a state that won Donald Trump with 28 percentage points.
Donald Trump Jr. Humiliated Moore for Loss in 2017, despite Attempts to Hold GOP Seat
Moore lost his senate race in 2017 after a series of claims of sexual misconduct with teenage girls
Democratic Sen. Doug Jones is considered deep in danger in the red state of Alabama and won in 2017 because Moore became very unpopular after winning the Republican primary
Moore is the former chief judge of the Supreme Court of Alabama. He lost in 2017 after several women said he had sexual and romantic relationships with them decades ago when they were teenagers and he was a prosecutor in his thirties.
Moore, who denied the accusations, believes that he was treated unfairly and that voters agree.
Moore would lead the GOP primary field, a Mason-Dixon poll found in April, with 27 percent followed by Rep. Mo Brooks at 18 percent.
Byrne finished third in the poll with 13 percent, but is the only candidate to have his senate officially run.
Trump approved Moore a week before the December 2017 special elections, but that couldn't save him.
The president then supported – Sen. Luther Strange in the primary, who was a temporary replacement for Sessions through the appointment of a governor.
Moore sues comedian Sacha Baron Cohen for $ 95 million for misleading him to appear in his Showtime program & # 39; Who is America? & # 39;
His lawyers claim that the judge and his family have been the subject of widespread ridicule and humiliation. and suffered from & # 39; serious emotional issues and pain and financial damage & # 39 ;, after he was duped to show up.
During the interview, Cohen, who appeared in makeup and with a heavy accent like his fictional character, demonstrated Erran Morad, a supposed pedophile-detecting device that squeaked when it approached Moore.
The 71-year-old was so excited by the & # 39; pedophile detection strip & # 39; that he cut the interview briefly and said: & I support Israel. I don't support things like this. & # 39;
& # 39; This false and fraudulent representation and ridicule of Judge Moore as a sex offender … has seriously damaged Judge Moore's reputation and caused him, Mrs. Moore and his entire family, severe emotional stress as well as causing financial damage to complainants harmed, & said the complaint.
Moore also prosecuted Showtime and her parent CBS Corp. for defamation and accused all three suspects of fraud and deliberate infliction of emotional distress.
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