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EXCLUSIVE — Numerous Republican senators to throw their support behind former colleague Jeff Sessions of the day, after he made a last-minute entry in the Alabama Senate race, and encouraging the conservatives to do the same, as the former attorney General to work for peace with President Trump.
Fox News has learned that Alabama’s senior senator Richard Shelby, is circulating a “open letter to conservatives” with the signature of at least 11 Republican senators who support the sessions’ candidacy. Sessions served in the Senate from 1997 to 2017, to he a member of the trump administration as attorney General.
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“Each of us has served in the Senate of the United States with Jeff Sessions,” the letter obtained by Fox News, States. “We have seen him, how he is working hard in public and behind closed doors when things were good and bad, under a lot of stress and success.”
The letter is signed by Shelby, Oklahoma sen. Jim Inhofe, Kansas sen. Pat Roberts, Wyoming Sen. Mike Enzi, Idaho sen Mike Crapo, Georgia Sen. Johnny Isakson, Wyoming Senator John Barrasso, Missouri sen Roy Blunt, Arkansas ‘ Senator John Boozman, Wisconsin sen Ron Johnson and Nebraska Sen. Deb Fischer.
“We know that Jeff’ s reads a character and his temperament,” the letter. “We know that his devotion to his principles. We know that he is a man of his word. And we know he is dedicated to the people of Alabama.
He adds: “We believe that Jeff Sessions has more to his country, and we believe that the United States Senate will be better, with his experience and leadership.”
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During a Thursday night “Sessions, appearance on Fox News'” Tucker Carlson today announced plans to enter the race. Sessions, who was resigned from the Ministry of justice a year ago, in the midst of public attacks from the President, a trump card is worthy of the most loyal and trusted advisers, before you make your relationship sour about his recusal from the Russia-investigation.
A big question hovering over the Sessions of the ” entrance in the race is whether trump would take — which remained popular in Alabama — to thwart steps to be bid.
But so far, Trump has not been public meetings, was attacked as he entered the race. Asked by reporters about the meetings on Friday, the President noted, as meetings, nice” things “had said about him in his campaign announcement. He said that he don’t have to take campaign against Sessions, but recognized the former attorney General “tough competition” in the GOP primary to incumbent Sen. Doug Jones, a Democrat.
Among the other Republican U.S. REP Bradley Byrne, former Auburn football coach Tommy Tuberville, the former Alabama Supreme Court chief justice Roy Moore, Alabama’s Secretary of State, John Merrill, businessman Stanley Adair and state Rep. Arnold Mooney run:.
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Some of these rivals are, go to the meetings from relitigating his history with trump, portraying him as not sufficiently pro-trump. “Alabama deserves a senator who will stand with the President and will not run away and hide from the fight,” Byrne said in a statement.
Tuberville went even further, tweeting, “As the AG he is not the biggest need for action to the President in his point of view.” Tuberville campaign released an ad Thursday highlighting the recent comments Trump calling sessions a “total disaster” and “embarrassment” to the state of Alabama.
The senators, though, Friday, the letter for him, vouched. Shelby said the Sessions “is well suited to return to his role as a United States Senator for the state of Alabama, where I served with him for more than 20 years.” Inhofe said, “We need to get him back in the Senate.” Barrasso said the Sessions “was unshakable ‘America First’ before it was cool.”