President Trump has recorded a robocall for Sen. Luther Strange, R-Ala., which will be used to get out the vote for Strange in the state's special election on Tuesday.
"Hi, this is President Donald Trump, and I love the people of Alabama and I hope you go out and vote for Luther Strange for Senate," Trump said in his message to voters. "It is so important that you do. We‘ve fulfilled so many of our promises everything we've wanted to do we're doing. Unemployment is at a record low, jobs are flowing back into the country, we have a great Supreme Court Judge in Justice Gorsuch. We are doing things a lot of people said were impossible, but I need Luther to help us out."
"So tomorrow go to the polls, it's August 15th Tuesday, go to those polls and vote for Luther Strange. He is helping me in the Senate and is going to get the tax cuts for us," Trump said. "He's doing a lot of things for the people of Alabama and for the people of the United States."
"Thank you very much and go vote for Luther Strange," he concluded
Trump waded into the contest with a "complete and total endorsement" of Strange last Tuesday, drawing the ire of Rep. Mo Brooks, R-Ala., and his supporters, including radio talk show host Laura Ingraham, who called the move "weird."
He endorsed Strange, who was picked to replace Sessions in February, over Brooks and Judge Roy Moore, who is leading in polls ahead of Tuesday's election. The top two candidates will face off in a December runoff unless one candidate wins 50 percent on Tuesday, which is considered highly unlikely.
Strange was appointed to the Senate to take the seat of former Sen. Jeff Sessions, who Trump picked to be his attorney general.