Trump Deletes Tweets Endorsing Luther Strange After Massive Loss To Roy MooreChris Menahan
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President Trump deleted several tweets endorsing establishment-backed Alabama Republican Senate runoff candidate Luther Strange after he was defeated handily by anti-establishment firebrand Judge Roy Moore on Tuesday night.
Trump reportedly made the decision to back Strange thanks to Jared Kushner's terrible advice.
As Politico reported Tuesday: "Trump was encouraged to pick Strange before the August primary by son-in-law and adviser Jared Kushner as well as other aides, White House officials said. He was never going to endorse Alabama Republican Rep. Mo Brooks, who has at times opposed Trump’s agenda, and knew little about Moore, officials said."
Ann Coulter retweeted Mickey Kaus mocking Kushner's advice:
This trouncing should be a clear message to Donald Trump that the GOP base backed him because of the anti-establishment Bannon agenda he embraced and not because they were bamboozled by his cult of personality.
His reelection hinges entirely on whether he will follow through on his campaign promises and build the wall.
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