Published: Sun, November 10, 2019
Global News | By Blake Casey

Baby Trump balloon slashed at Alabama appearance

Baby Trump balloon slashed at Alabama appearance

The orange, diaper-clad, cellphone-clutching caricature of the president is typically taken to Trump appearances as a way to protest him. "I haven't made a determination", Trump told reporters as he departed the White House on Friday.

Scarborough has always been critical of the president, who once attacked his wife and co-host Mika Brzezinski. And Jeff Sessions says he's going to do whatever Donald Trump tells him to do?

"If somebody attacked my wife, said she was ugly - a political opponent, I would spend the rest of my life just going after them, making sure that they paid for it whereas Ted Cruz can not hug Donald Trump enough", Scarborough said.

It remains unknown how Trump's repeated criticism of his former attorney general would influence a Sessions campaign.

But the president soured on Sessions after he recused himself from an investigation into Russian Federation interference in the 2016 election. "And so that's what I look forward to doing, and I think I can contribute to that". "So I feel good about where we are", Sessions said.

President Donald Trump and then-Attorney General Jeff Sessions stand at the FBI National Academy graduation ceremony in Quantico, Virginia on December 15, 2017.

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Meanwhile, Trump was getting a warm reception during the game as supporters in Alabama chanted "USA" when he appeared in his box suite. Both men are looking to unseat Alabama's Junior Senator Doug Jones, a Democrat. Richard Shelby of Alabama, signed on in support of Sessions in an "open letter to conservatives" about Sessions' candidacy. We know his commitment to his principles.

When asked about Sessions entry into the race, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) remained relatively impassive noting, "The people in Alabama will figure this out". John Thune, the top two Senate GOP leaders, did not sign the letter.

The football game between Louisiana State University and the University of Alabama was the third sporting event that Trump has attended in the past two weeks.

The statement also decried the 'erroneously assigned a political context to a message meant only to remind students about heightened security and the consequences of altercations or other behaviors unbecoming of a University of Alabama student'.

Host Joe Scarborough opened the segment questioning how Sessions could still support President Donald Trump after his barrage of attacks on his former attorney general.

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