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Former Milwaukee County, Wis. Sheriff David Clarke said President Trump will "win" regardless of which Republican candidate is victorious in the Alabama Senate primary. 

Trump endorsed Sen. Luther Strange (R-Ala.), who he stumped for on Friday. Strange is facing Judge Roy Moore (R), who was endorsed by several conservative figures.

"I think [Trump's] going to win either way," Clarke said.

"I think [Strange or Moore] will be a reliable Trump agenda supporter," he said.

The winner of the primary faces former U.S. Attorney for Northern Alabama Doug Jones (D) in November.

Clarke added that Congress is "dysfunctional" these days and that Trump supporters should be "mobilized" to put pressure on the party to support the president.

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