Politics Lara Trump Is Helping The President Campaign For Moore

14:07  07 december  2017
14:07  07 december  2017 Source:   Newsweek

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Help . (WASHINGTON) — President Donald Trump will not campaign for Republican Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore before the Dec.

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Lara Trump speak with members of the North Carolina delegation at their breakfast in Warrensville Heights, Ohio.: 12_06_17_LaraTrump © Reuters 12_06_17_LaraTrump President Donald Trump’s daughter-in-law Lara Trump via robocall has invited Alabama voters to a Trump rally in Florida, a move that runs counter to the White House claim that Trump is not campaigning for Roy Moore, the Republican Senate candidate accused of child molestation.

"Hi, this is Lara Trump, calling on behalf of my father-in-law, President Donald Trump," states the recording reported by AL.com on Saturday. "I'm incredibly excited to invite you to an event in your area. A special rally event featuring President Donald Trump will take place on Friday, December 8th at the Pensacola Bay Center."

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“Hi, this is Lara Trump , calling on behalf of my father-in-law, President Donald Trump ,” she said in the The president has been non-committal about his intent to campaign for Moore since the McDonald’s worker who helped police catch serial killer gets reward – and it’s better than lifetime

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In the call with instructions on how to score free tickets, Lara Trump—who is married to the president’s third child Eric Trump and works on his 2020 re-election campaign—neglects to mention Moore or the Alabama Senate election taking place four days after the rally.

A White House official on November 27 said the president would not travel to Alabama to campaign for Moore, who has repeatedly denied allegations of groping teenage girls when he was in his 30s. For weeks, the president all but endorsed Moore, and bashed his Democratic opponent Doug Jones.

But the president caved on Monday, tweeting, “Democrats refusal to give even one vote for massive Tax Cuts is why we need Republican Roy Moore to win in Alabama.”

Donald Trump’s tweet is an about-face from the message White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders purveyed late last month.

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WASHINGTON — President Trump will not campaign for Republican Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore before the Dec. 12 special election, a White House official said Monday. The President had held the door open to campaigning for Moore last week

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"The president believes that these allegations are troubling and should be taken seriously, and he thinks that the people of Alabama should make the decision on who their next senator should be," Sanders said.

Central Alabama voters will have to travel more than three hours to attend the president’s rally in Florida.

The president previously visited Alabama to campaign on behalf of Senator Luther Strange, Moore’s opponent in a runoff for the Republican nomination in late September.

Moore leads the race among likely voters, according to a CBS News poll published on Sunday. Nearly three-fourths, 71 percent, of Alabama Republicans thought the allegations against Moore are false, and an overwhelmingly number of them believed that Democrats and the media fabricated the accusations.

Jones told AL.com he was not concerned about Trump swaying undecided voters.

“We're not going to worry about somebody that's campaigning in another state,” Jones said. “We're going to be campaigning in Alabama, all the time, 24-7, between now and December 12th."

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Stephen Bannon on Monday called out GOP leaders who have failed to support Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore, telling a crowd at a rally for the special election candiate that there is "special place in hell for Republicans who should know better."Bannon, President Trump's former campaign chief and senior strategist, took aim at Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.), Alabama Sen. Richard Shelby (R) and form er Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice during a campaign rally the night before Moore faces off against Democrat Doug Jones."Mitch McConnell and Sen.

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