Ala. Senate candidate pulls out his gun during campaign rally

Roy Moore drew a handgun from his pocket during a campaign rally on Monday

“It’s been very hard for my wife and myself to wither two, nearly three months of negative ads that we couldn’t answer with money because we didn’t have it. Ads that were completely false. That I don’t believe in the Second Amendment,” Moore, a former chief justice, moments before he pulled out the handgun.

“I believe in the Second Amendment,” he continued.

Bannon, who appeared at the rally, and has endorsed Moore, while Trump has endorsed Strange.

Trump, who held a rally in Huntsville, Ala. for Strange on Friday, called into an Alabama radio show on Monday to urge support for him.

Trump predicted that Moore, whom he mistakenly called "Ray," would have a "hard time" in the December 12 general election against Democrat Doug Jones, The Associated Press reported on Monday.

"Luther Strange is going to be a great senator. He already has, and he has already helped me," Trump said on the "Rick & Bubba" radio show.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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