Alabama Senate race

Salty Mo Brooks Congratulates Dems After Losing Senate Runoff Post-Trump Snub
Where Things Stand: Trump Attempts One Final Nail In Sessions’ Career Prime Badge
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It feels like a lifetime ago that we religiously covered President Trump’s repeated attacks on his ex-Attorney General Jeff Sessions. It’s laughable now that the “beleaguered” tweet day felt like a critical moment in Trump’s presidency.

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Trump Is Still So Mad At Sessions That He Doesn’t Want Him To Run For AL Senate
MONTGOMERY, AL - JUNE 20: During a press conference, Roy Moore announces his plans to run for U.S. Senate in 2020 on June 20, 2019 in Montgomery, Alabama.  Moore lost a special election in 2017 for the Senate seat against Democratic Senator Doug Jones.  (Photo by Jessica McGowan/Getty Images) Roy Moore Lawyers Claim Questions About Polygraph Are ‘Publicity Stunt’
He’s Running: Roy Moore Defies Trump, GOP Establishment In Announcing Senate Bid
Lawyer Who Defended Moore Dating Teens On TV Arrested On Drug Charges
Doug Jones Is Getting A Kick Out Of The GOP’s Roy Moore Drama
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