From today’s White House press conference–so much for the Republican Party’s attempt to put daylight between itself and embattled U.S. Senate candidate Roy Moore, as CNN reports:
White House press secretary Sarah Sanders said President Trump continues to believe that the people of Alabama should decide Roy Moore’s fate in the Senate race, but reiterated that Trump wants elected officials who “support his agenda” in Congress.
“Obviously the president wants people both in the House and the Senate that support his agenda,” Sanders said Monday in the White House press briefing.
“The president feels that it’s up to the people of Alabama to make that determination of who their representative will be,” Sanders said.
Cory Gardner can say what he want. Moore just got greenlighted by the highest Republican in the land.
And if Moore wins, the odds of a vote to expel just dwindled.