If you heard the voice of former President Donald Trump on your radio Friday, there’s a reason.
Trump recorded an ad bolstering his support for U.S. Rep. Mo Brooks in the congressman’s bid for the U.S. Senate next year.
“Hi Alabama, this is your favorite president, Donald Trump,” Trump said at the outset of the ad.
Trump endorsed Brooks’ Senate campaign in April.
The ad can be heard on Brooks’ campaign Facebook page.
“Few Republicans have as much courage and fight as Alabama Congressman Mo Brooks, a friend of mine,” Trump said in the ad. “Mo’s a great conservative leader who fights for America first, no matter what obstacles the fake news media, RINOs (Republican In Name Only) or socialist Democrats place in his path. And he knows how to fight.
“Mo Brooks is pro-life, loves our military and our vets, protects our Second Amendment, combats the Biden open border agenda, fights for voter integrity like few others. I’m President Trump and MAGA Mo Brooks has my complete and total endorsement MAGA Mo will never let you down.”
Trump invoked his campaign slogan MAGA, which is short for Make America Great Again.
Brooks is one of three candidates seeking the Republican nomination for the U.S. Senate seat held by Sen. Richard Shelby, who will retire when his term ends in January 2023. Montgomery businesswoman Lynda Blanchard, a former ambassador during the Trump administration, and former Shelby Chief of Staff Katie Britt Boyd, who resigned as president and CEO of the Business Council of Alabama to launch her campaign, are the other candidates.
No Democrat has announced plans to run for the seat.
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