In an ad for his U.S. Senate Campaign, Former Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore compares himself to Clarence Thomas and Brett Kavanaugh, declaring himself the victim of a "smear campaign."
President Donald Trump reportedly sent a warning to his former attorney general, who is considering standing in Alabama's Republican primary for the U.S. Senate.
The language is nearly identical to Trump's, who in recent months has made racially-charged comments about Omar and other minority members of Congress.
"Who in the world are his advisors? At what point does he think another run will have a different response," Haley said.
"I can assure everyone that by running, Roy Moore is going against my father," Trump Jr. tweeted after Moore announced he is running in Alabama again.
"Everybody in the state knows Judge Moore and everybody has an opinion on Judge Moore," Alabama Secretary of State John Merrill told Newsweek.
"You are literally the only candidate who could lose a GOP seat in pro-Trump, pro-USA ALABAMA," Trump Jr. tweeted at Moore last week.
Although Roy Moore is not officially running, the former Alabama judge said he was "seriously considering it."
"If Sessions wants to run I expect them [the White House] to pick them a candidate and bash Sessions for a year-and-a-half."
Melvaney told Republicans during a closed door meeting that Trump still asks him "all the time" why Moore lost to Jones.
Gibson is done talking about Roy Moore—she'd rather talk about her own campaign for the Florida House.
Trump reportedly is the one who had given Conway personal approval to criticize a Senate candidate.
Republican Alabama state Senator Gerald Dial said prominently placing the Ten Commandments in public schools could make a potential school shooter rethink their plans to attack.
Kayla Moore's "one of our attorneys is a Jew" speech on December 11 resulted in widespread ridicule online and sparked a hunt for the unnamed Jewish attorney.
Men on both sides of the aisle have been accused of sexual misconduct—but new polling data shows Republican men are more likely to own up to it.
The Republican, who has refused to concede, claims voter fraud occurred during December 12's special election.
Moore's campaign has spent the past week raising money for an "Election Integrity Fund" and targeting Muslims and gays on Facebook, while Moore still refuses to concede despite having no chance of a recount.
The Alabama Republican says he's not giving up despite his defeat.