Luther Strange: 'I'm the Most Frustrated Person in the Senate'
Polls will open today for the GOP runoff election for Jeff Sessions' Alabama Senate seat.
President Donald Trump has endorsed Sen. Luther Strange, Alabama's former attorney general, who is up against former Alabama Supreme Court Chief Roy Moore.
Several prominent Trump supporters, including Steve Bannon and Sebastian Gorka, have come out in favor of Moore and accused Strange of being part of the Washington establishment.
"I was playing defense," Strange said of his days as attorney general fighting the Obama administration. "I want to be on offense with the president."
The president held a campaign rally for Strange in Alabama last Friday, and has said the senator will "absolutely win" against a Democrat in the general election.
"This is a turning point in our country," Strange told "Fox & Friends" on Tuesday. "We need results, conservative results."
Strange shook his head about the Senate's gridlock over repealing ObamaCare.
"I can understand the frustration. I'm the most frustrated person in the Senate," he said.
The senator added that Republicans will "pay a heavy price at the polls, and rightly so" if they don't keep their promises on health care and other issues.