Trump 'Embarrassed and Pissed' the 'Low Energy' Senate Candidate He Endorsed Lost

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President Donald Trump said in a new interview that he still has confidence in Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R., Ky.) in the wake of another failed Republican attempt to repeal and replace Obamacare.

The source also said Bannon planned to speak at the Council on National Policy conference, a gathering of social conservative grassroots leaders about the ground game needed to "defeat elites" in coming races.

Odd was appointed to the US Senate earlier this year to fill the seat vacated by Jeff Sessions, whom Trump picked to be his attorney general. In Sessions's last election, 2014, he ran opposed (and still recorded his second-highest vote total).

"As we've said many times before, I'm not going to get into back-and-forth on political endorsements from the podium, so I'm not going to weigh in on a specific race ahead of time at this point", Sanders said. In this State, very conservative, is he the favorite, but democrats wanted to believe that the extremism of his positions could create a surprise.

"Big election tomorrow in the Great State of Alabama".

Roy Moore, the bombastic evangelical Christian who was twice ousted as Alabama's chief justice, has beaten Sen.

ROY MOORE: Together we can make America great.

Although Donald's much older tweets endorsing odd remain on his page, the controversial politician has since congratulated Luther's rival Roy Moore (below).

Odd did have the endorsement of President Trump - offered in a uniquely Trumpian way.

"Roy Moore, where the phrase "Christian conservative" doesn't even begin to describe him", Todd said, "could very well be your next US senator".

"Could I do this if I were in Nuremberg - say that I was following the orders of the highest authority to kill Jews?"

After thanking his supporters on Tuesday night, Moore lamented the division that is sweeping the country, but expressed hope that God will restore the country to its former "greatness".

Unusual said his campaign "did everything we possibly could" and that he wouldn't change it.

Donate to Moore's progressive opponent, Doug Jones.

Moore faces Democrat Doug Jones in a December 12 special election.