Trump picks a favorite to fill Jeff Sessions' Senate seat

Sen. Luther Strange R-Ala. appointed in February got a boost when President Trump backed his campaign with a tweet

Sen. Luther Strange R-Ala. appointed in February got a boost when President Trump backed his campaign with a tweet

"It is so important that you do", Trump says in the recording.

An average of recent polls shows Moore, a controversial former judge, with about 32 percent of support; followed by unusual, with roughly 27 percent; and Brooks, a congressman from Alabama and member of the far-right House Freedom Caucus, with about 18 percent, according to RealClearPolitics.

"We've fulfilled so many of our promises, everything we've wanted to do, we're doing". "He's doing a lot of things for the people of Alabama and for the people of the United States", Trump said in the robo-call. "He's doing a lot of things for the people of Alabama and for the people of The United States".

In the robocall, Trump urges those in the state to go out and vote for unusual in Tuesday's primary. He's done so largely without any support outside of Alabama, but like Brooks, has aligned himself closely with the president's agenda.

In a special election that has been dubbed as "The Battle of Alabama", several different factions of the Republican Party are all vying to permanently replace Attorney General Jeff Sessions in the U.S. Senate in a fight that could signal the future of Donald Trump's presidency. "It is an honor to work with him to make America great again".

On Monday, Trump he also took to Twitter to praise the senator.

The president said unusual will be the best man for the job thanks to his strong stance on key policy points like the border wall and tax cuts.

Unusual faces a slate of challengers in the GOP primary, including former Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore, U.S. Rep. Mo Brooks, state Sen.