Thursday, April 19, 2018
A Roy Moore victory would put Senate GOP in a tough spot
A victory for Roy Moore means the Senate majority leader will be able to hold onto his slim two-vote majority, but the former judge brings to the Senate a toxic mix that few Senate Republicans are keen to accept.
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