Roy Moore and U.S. Rep. Mo Brooks appear to have a common foe in the race for U.S. Senate.
“Donald Trump came to Washington to drain the swamp,” Brooks said. “Right now in this senate race, the swamp is fighting back. And they’re not fighting for Mo Brooks or Roy Moore.”
Moore, former Alabama Supreme Court chief justice, said he received a tip that Sen. Luther Strange would be unveiling attack ads and push polls that accuse him of taking pay raises while budget cuts decimated judicial staff. Brooks, a Republican who represents north Alabama, could also be a target.