And even though Trump supports odd - who was appointed by scandal-plagued (and recently resigned) former Gov. Robert Bentley (R-Ala.) when Sessions vacated his seat to become US attorney general - a growing number of conservative politicians and personalities, such as former Gov. Sarah Palin (R-Alaska), Family Talk President James Dobson, and actor/philanthropist Chuck Norris are backing Moore in the race.
And what happens if you go to AlabamaDerservesMoore.com?
We caught up with him several hours before the event and he was excited. Again, the crowd cheered.
Trump's scheduled visit is just four days before the tightly contested GOP runoff between unusual and Judge Roy Moore, the top two vote-getters in last month's primary. "We voted to put America first, not the political elite that had ignored us for decades". "Luther is going to win easily and Roy is going to have a hard time winning".
"If you can't have vision through it, you don't know whose on the other side", he said. I'm going to assume he'll continue to periodically tweet this, apropos of nothing, for the rest of his life.
Trump boasted of his week at the United Nations and how he was standing up to North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, reviving and adding to his nickname for him - now "little Rocket Man".
Returning to the topic at hand, Trump said, "I really do love the people of Alabama because you've treated me so well", to another burst of applause.
Trump said Republicans will hold another vote "eventually". He doesn't cow-tow to anybody. "And there wouldn't be no union to stop me".
"We can't have madmen out there, shooting rockets all over the place", Trump said.
"I am not going to stand up to show pride in a flag for a country that oppresses black people and people of color", Kaepernick told NFL Media in August 2016.
"I can't tell you what the President thinks".
Kim earlier this week called Trump "deranged" and said he would "pay dearly" for his threats.
"Roy Moore has made a career in Alabama out of attacking the LGBTQ community, and it's one of the many reasons he is unfit for office", Eva Kendrick, Alabama state director for the Human Rights Campaign, said. Trump has endorsed incumbent Luther Strange, appointed to the seat vacated by Attorney General Jeff Sessions, and will campaign for him this week.
The President then gave a shout-out to Huntsville's missile defense system, which was largely developed by Boeing.
"They finally have a president that will sign the legislation and they don't have the guts to vote for it", he said.
Moore also ripped the "Washington establishment" and violent anti-Trump protests.
"Luther's going to win easily", Trump said.
Trump, however, was in Huntsville not to back the maverick candidate Moore, but instead the establishment favorite, Strange.
Trump appeared on stage as the latest Republican effort to repeal Obamacare looked to be faltering after Republican Senator John McCain announced his opposition to a measure to repeal and replace the healthcare law.