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In Alabama, Charles Barkley, a former Republican, speaks at an election-eve rally for Democratic senatorial candidate Doug Jones, running against Roy Moore, who has said American was a better place under slavery.
The typically senatorial Drew Brees uncharacteristically bit his lip and curtly went through the motions with reporters.
Trump, senior officials said, has shown particular interest in certain races, including Republican senatorial candidate Josh Hawley in Missouri and the possibilities of Senate bids by Gov. Rick Scott of Florida and Gov. Paul LePage of Maine.
That the Alabama senatorial election came down to those two particular individuals was like a planetary collision.
Nanjiani kept it real with his romance but also with his Twitter feed, ripping the Muslim ban and sounding off on controversial senatorial candidates with insightful wit and more than a little sass.
These days, post-Weinstein, post-Spacey, with Alabama senatorial candidate Roy S. Moore spending his days fending off pedophilia charges, Willy does not seem especially slick.
But generally speaking, senatorial popularity has been trending downward slowly all year, more or less in synch with the president’s gradually deteriorating numbers.
John Oliver turned his righteous anger on Republicans for actively supporting the senatorial candidacy of the controversial gun-toting former Alabama state chief justice Roy Moore.
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