"As a news organization, we have independently investigated stories of several Alabama woman who have spoken to us and the Washington Post about the abuse they say they suffered at the hands of Roy Moore decades ago".
"Folks, don't be fooled". "He's weak on crime, weak on borders". Weak on borders. He is strong on raising your taxes. "He's bad for property owners".
He added, "I don't think you have seen him go down there and campaign for him". The White House said Trump supported the RNC's decision, which came as the party absorbed polling data showing Moore trailing Democrat Doug Jones in the Republican stronghold. Trump originally backed incumbent Sen.
On Tuesday, the Republican National Committee pulled its financial support for Moore, following similar action last week by the National Republican Senatorial Committee. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said he was unfit to serve and that he would call for his removal from Senate if he wins in the December 12 special election. White House spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders said that "if these allegations are true" the Administration hoped Moore would "do the right thing and step aside" and Trump said he might have "further comment" later. Most of the incidents are alleged to have occurred when the women were in their teens and Moore was in his 30s. Another said he tried to force her to perform oral sex on him when she was 16-years-old.
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Glenn Day, a local store manager also remembered Moore stalking women at the mall, relating that security asked him to let them know if he ever saw the district attorney lurking about. She says Jones would "be vote against tax cuts", calling him a "doctrinaire liberal".
The biggest newspapers in Alabama issued a front page endorsement today of Roy Moore's opponent in the U.S. Senate race in what is an unabashed condemnation. "We are very concerned about the allegations". Al Franken, who has also been accused of inappropriately kissing a woman and touching another. "We addressed it then", Sanders said. "He wouldn't be here on Capitol Hill".
Her reason: Trump never admitted wrongdoing and Franken did.