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The Alabama special Senate race Tuesday night for Jeff Sessions' vacated seat has attracted national attention after President Trump campaigned for his candidate of choice.

Chief Justice Roy Moore is up against Sen. Luther Strange, whom the president endorsed and rallied for in Alabama on Friday.

Moore accused Strange of being a liar on Monday evening, the night before the polls opened.

"He's so far not told the truth about hardly anything," the judge told host Martha MacCallum.

Moore also blasted as "absolutely untrue" rumors that he would butt heads with the president over his agenda if elected.

"I've supported the president from the very beginning and will continue to support," he stated, adding that he supports full repeal of ObamaCare and building the border wall as soon as possible.

Trump said "Big Luther" would beat the Democrat in a general election.

"Democrats want my opponent to be elected," Moore pushed back. "They know what's going to happen if he does."


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