Roy Moore says he has never molested anyone

Emmett Rice
December 11, 2017

The Republican candidate - backed by President Donald Trump - is Roy Moore, a former state judge known for his battles to publicly display the Ten Commandments.

"A lot of people don't vote because they think their vote don't count", Ebonique Jiles, 27, said after promising a Jones volunteer she would support the Democrat in Tuesday's election.

"Judge Moore's going to go to Washington, Judge Moore is going to win, and I highly doubt there's going to be a Senate investigation", Young told ABC's Martha Raddatz on Sunday.

Moore has come under fire in the past day for comments about slavery and Vladimir Putin, but the President made it clear tonight that the Republicans "cannot afford" to lose a seat in the Senate.

Although Nelson has emphasized that the yearbook note itself is from Moore, her notation is likely to fuel the skepticism of Moore supporters, who have said the entire yearbook entry is a fabrication. "The Pelosi/Schumer Puppet Jones would vote against us 100 per cent of the time".

"Try as Trump and the Republican Party might, there's no way to escape the truth about Roy Moore or Ivanka Trump's own words", American Bridge spokeswoman Allison Teixeira Sulier said in a statement. You know, the yearbook? Then in a small, whiny voice, Trump noted, "There was a little mistake made, she started writing things in the yearbook - what are we gonna do?" She also said she's troubled that Moore has been removed from the Alabama Supreme Court twice for failure to "follow lawful judicial orders". Nor apparently does backing a Senate candidate accused by multiple women of sexual misconduct.

"We can not afford.to lose a seat in the very, very close United States senate".

"Did you see what happened today?" She continues to maintain that Moore wrote, "To a sweeter, more attractive girl I could not say, "Merry Christmas" 1977". Mr. Trump said to cheers.

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Moore might still lose what should be an easily winnable race for a Republican.

President Trump has reportedly agreed to record a robocall for Roy Moore.

The White House said the rally was a campaign event for Trump.

Friday's campaign rally was Trump's first since September, when he went to Alabama to campaign for Sen. But if occupying the low ground continues to work for Trump and his allies, will it matter?

Several candidates are running write-in bids, and the secretary of state's office says such votes won't be counted unless the total number of write-in ballots exceeds the difference between the two leading candidates once other votes are tallied. But in the end, it is the vast majority of Alabamans who have always voted Republican who must examine their consciences. Senate leaders like Mitch McConnell openly said they believed the women accusers and urged him to withdraw.

"You let him sit there and pass judgment on people" as a jurist "for 40 years and don't say anything?" she asked.

The president instead spent most of his time on the subject attacking Moore's Democratic opponent, Doug Jones, but veering from his teleprompter, Trump also sought to discredit one of Moore's accusers.

"They're resisting the will of the American people", he said.

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