<a data-cke-saved-href=”https://www.foxnews.com/category/politics/executive/first-family” href=”https://www.foxnews.com/category/politics/executive/first-family”>Donald Trump Jr</a> slammed, judge Roy Moore as a previously failed candidate <a data-cke-saved-href=”https://www.foxnews.com/us/roy-moore-weighs-al-senate-re-run-despite-gop-opposition” href=”https://www.foxnews.com/us/roy-moore-weighs-al-senate-re-run-despite-gop-opposition”>teased another run for the Alabama Senate seat</a>.
Donald Trump, Jr., assigned to judge Roy Moore as a previously failed candidate teased another run for the Alabama Senate seat.
Moore’s 2017 candidacy made national headlines after several women came forward with allegations of sexual misconduct when they were teenagers. In the end he lost the race to Democrat Doug Jones, replaced, Sr., Luther Strange after the filling of the place left vacant by now-former attorney General Jeff Sessions.
As reports indicate that the Alabama judge to Start his candidacy in June, to be his soon-to-be-welcomed GOP primary opponent Bradley Byrne him to the race.
“I think people are very worried that we lost to the Republicans, the U.S. Senate seat, because he was our candidate in 2017, and we don’t need to do it again,” Byrne said.
The led concerned, Moore asked himself a rhetorical question, tweeted: “What is Bradley like?”
“He knows that, when I run, I’m going to beat Doug Jones.”
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Well, the tweet provoked a sharp reaction from Trump Jr., whose father was previously a Moore candidacy approved at the election, after Moore won the GOP nomination.
“You mean like last time? You are literally the only candidate that you could lose a GOP seat in the pro-Trump, pro-USA-of ALABAMA. To run for the office should never tweeted a business model,” Trump Jr. “If you #MAGA, more care indeed than their own ego, it is time to ride off into the sunset, judge.”
National Republican leaders are signaling they will try again to prevent your party from the nomination of the twice removed, Stand the lawyer. Moore’s defeat for the same seat two years ago made him the first Republican to lose in reliably red Alabama, a Senate race in a quarter of a century.
Moore’s nomination would also have national implications, so that Democrats accuse the GOP is the #MeToo exercise and pampering to ignore a man who is accused of sexual misconduct, allegations he has denied.