What does it mean for Trump now that his endorsed candidate, Roy Moore, lost in Alabama?
- Jim2Lv 72 years agoFavourite answer
It means people are waking up to the FACT Trump isn't all that great after all.
- mokrieLv 72 years ago
One senate seat. In one year is another election.
- Anonymous2 years ago
He and Judge Moore will have to go into "grab pussy" rehab, I guess
- BoxLv 62 years ago
some things are so ugly that they simply cant be forgiven
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- 2 years ago
That's the second one he lost in Abalama.
- MichaelLv 72 years ago
Nothing really. A guy who likes to creep on teenagers lost. That's all. Jones won't be any less effective in helping Trump "advance" his agenda than Luther Strange was.
- MaxwellLv 72 years ago
Trump backed Moore's opposition in the primary. He was kind of obligated to support the GOP candidate in the general.
- You ain’t blackLv 72 years ago
Nothing. It’s one state. I remember when obama said the congressional midterms were a vote on his presidency and the democrats got their asses handed to them.
- W.T. DoorLv 72 years ago
Very little. The election was not about Trump, and Trump endorsed Moore's opponent in the primaries much more openly than he endorsed Moore.
The Left is celebrating Jones' victory, but they should not be celebrating. They used every dirty trick in their inventory and still barely won against a candidate who was already unpopular with most people in AL. It is actually a VERY bad sign for the Left's chances in 2018.
The Left was actually counting on Moore winning, which is why they were purging Democrats in Congress who were accused of sexual misconduct. They were counting on being able to claim being the "moral party", which is a total joke.
NOW, the DNC will have to keep purging the predators in their party, and the Republicans will re-take the AL Senate seat in the regular election.
- PatLv 72 years ago
With any luck, it will mean Trump's horrible tax bill -- that Americans overwhelmingly don't want -- will go down in flames. I doubt that will convince any Republican congresscreeps to actually support and represent their constituents, though.