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Katie Pavlich said today she does not think Alabama voters believed that President Trump genuinely supported Sen. Luther Strange (R-Ala.) over Judge Roy Moore

She pushed back on the notion that Strange's loss to Moore is a defeat for Trump. 

"If you look at what people in Alabama who voted for Roy Moore are saying, they actually believe the president was somehow pushed into supporting Luther Strange," Pavlich said. 

Trump endorsed Strange in the GOP primary for the Senate seat previously held by Attorney General Jeff Sessions, but Moore won the election Tuesday.

The president tweeted his support for Moore this morning, while deleting previous tweets supportive of Strange. 

Pavlich said it was a "mistake" for Trump to align himself with Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.), who is deeply unpopular, by backing Strange. 

Marie Harf, however, said Moore is an "insurgent" candidate and a conservative "bomb-thrower" who has no interest in governing. 

Watch the discussion above. 

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