Oh boy.

Via Fox News.

President Trump has little sympathy for former Attorney General Jeff Sessions, who now faces a runoff election after failing to secure a majority of votes in Tuesday’s Alabama Senate primary.

Trump has a history of criticizing Sessions for recusing himself from the Russia investigation that cast a shadow over much of Trump’s presidency before ultimately resulting in a lack of evidence that his campaign coordinated with Moscow in the 2016 election. Now, Trump is implying that Sessions deserves his current electoral struggles for not having the president’s back…

Trump had generally avoided commenting on the Alabama primary race where Sessions — looking to reclaim the seat he left to become attorney general — faced Tuberville, Rep. Bradley Byrne, and former chief justice of the Supreme Court of Alabama Roy Moore. Now that it is down to Sessions and Tuberville, Trump is weighing in ahead of the runoff, scheduled to take place March 31.

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  1. TigerAim says:

    I agree and am glad the seat is not being handed to Sessions; however, I sort of wish Trump would keep quiet right now. i do NOT trust Tommy Tuberville; he is a carpet bagger, being from Arkansas and apparently his main home is or was until very recently in Florida. Why is he trying to take an Alabama Senate seat? Run from Florida or Arkansas. Tuberville claims to be all for Trump; I hope he is, but there is audio that was recently revealed that sounds like Tuberville supports people walking over the border into our country & deserving citizenship for doing so. He has not made his views clear on much of anything. Unlike other politicians who won or were forced into a run-off Tuesday night, he would not even talk to the local news reporters after making his little speech to supporters at the end of the evening. Seems weird. Again, glad for it to not be easy for Sessions to get it, but with what was put up there, I think he would be the best option. As wimpy as he was as Attorney General, he was overall good as a senator and continues to play up his ongoing support for Trump.

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