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Alabama Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore, facing allegations that he had a sexual encounter with an underage girl nearly 40 years ago, denied any impropriety in an interview with conservative radio host Sean Hannity on Friday.
They followed earlier calls for Moore to step down, which came after the published its report Thursday.
Moore denied the claims, calling the story a “completely false and desperate political attack.” On Twitter, he wrote that “the Obama-Clinton Machine’s liberal media lapdogs just launched the most vicious and nasty round of attacks” he’s ever faced.
A statement from Moore’s campaign called the report a “last ditch Hail Mary” by Democrats supporting his opponent, Doug Jones.
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The story included allegations that Moore, a former state Supreme Court justice, had a sexual encounter with a 14-year-old girl nearly 40 years ago.
Early Friday evening, Republican Senator Mike Lee of Utah wrote on Twitter that “having read the detailed description of the incidents, as well as the response from Judge Moore and his campaign,” he could “no longer endorse his candidacy for the US Senate.” Republican Senator Steve Daines of Montana tweeted succinctly that he would be “pulling my endorsement and support for Roy Moore for U. Senate.”By contrast, some Republicans made statements in Moore’s defense following the story: Some of his political supporters called the allegations totally false, while others claimed the women accusing him were in cahoots with the Democratic Party.
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“You cannot tell me there hasn’t been an opportunity through the years to make these accusations with as many times as [Moore has] run [for office] and been in the news,” Henry told the’s Daniel Dale contacted state GOP officials, many of whom also rejected the allegations.
Mobile County GOP Chairman John Skipper told Dale that the report didn’t surprise him.
A few went even further, excusing the alleged behavior.“Take Mary and Joseph.