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Republicans in Alabama, DC at odds over Moore

15 November 2017

At the same time, the House of Representatives' top Republican, Speaker Paul Ryan, said he believes Moore's accusers and that Moore should leave the race. "After 40-something years of fighting this battle, I'm now facing allegations and that's all the press wants to talk about", Moore said while speaking at a church conference in Jackson, Alabama. "Number two, if he cares about the values and people he claims to care about, then he should step aside".

Others in the state said there is little that can be done, as the December 12 election to fill the seat vacated by Sessions approaches.

Before the allegations surfaced, Moore was favored to win the race, which would preserve the Republican hold on 52 seats in the 100-member upper chamber.

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Now, the Alabama Republican Party is the only other GOP entity that is participating in Moore's fundraising efforts. "This kind of case would normally be a state case".

U.S. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has a serious problem on his hands, and he's sparing no pains to achieve his core objective.

So far, five women have come forward to accuse Mr. Moore of sexual misconduct almost four decades ago, when Mr. Moore, now 70, was in his 30s.

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Trump, a Republican, has yet to fully weigh in on the allegations against Moore, but is expected to do so after he returns from a 12-day trip to Asia on Tuesday evening.

The sexual assault scandal, as first reported by the Washington Post, shed light on the accounts of several women who alleged that Moore initiated sexual encounters with them when they were underage.

"Do you believe Roy Moore over the women?" the reporter asked.

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"As of today, with the information that's been introduced to me, and if these charges are not proven to be true, then I would continue to support and vote for Judge Moore", said Alabama Secretary of State John Merrill, R, in a Tuesday interview with CNN.

Republicans in Alabama, DC at odds over Moore