Roy Moore's attorney requests yearbook linked to accuser be released

by Abel Hampton November 16, 2017, 0:50
Roy Moore's attorney requests yearbook linked to accuser be released

Hannity brought Moore on his show the day after the sexual misconduct allegations were first published by the Washington Post and has since drawn criticism for appearing to defend Moore.

On his program Tuesday night, Hannity said he gave Moore 24 hours to "come up with a satisfactory explanation" for the accusations, which include claims of sexual assault from women who said Moore attacked them when they were teenagers and he was in his 30s.

Republicans think GOP Sen. As of Wednesday afternoon, there was no indication from Moore that he plans to step down.

Meanwhile, McConnell floated Attorney General Jeff Sessions as a write-in to take back his empty Senate seat as a replacement for Moore.

Moore's campaign chairman, Bill Armistead, said he's "doubling down" on his support for Moore.

Exhausted of the inconsistencies in Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore's explanations regarding the allegations of sexual misconduct against him, Fox News host Sean Hannity issued him an ultimatum: explain everything truthfully or drop out of the race.

Moore is trying to maintain that support in the December 12 election against Democrat Doug Jones. So should he receive the most votes after a withdrawal, they will not be counted.

A link included in Moore's post directs readers to a form on Roy Moore's campaign website asking supporters for their names, contact information and descriptions of run-ins or contacts with reporters.

Al Moore told WKRG-TV on Tuesday that the person offered to pay as much as $7,000 to women willing to make damaging remarks about the Republican candidate.

Mike Allison, the pastor of Madison Baptist Church, in his introduction praised Moore as someone "against the murder of the unborn by abortion" and against the "redefinition of marriage".

On "Hannity" Tuesday, Hannity questioned inconsistencies in Moore's answers to his accusers and gave him 24 hours to come up with an explanation. The Fox News anchor added that the allegations "should be taken seriously [and] fully investigated", putting pressure on Moore to show his innocence. Hannity then walked through how Moore had changed his answers when the conservative host pressed him during a radio interview.

Moore, now 70, has vehemently denied some of the allegations - notably that he initiated a sexual encounter with a 14-year-old girl when he was 32 - though he has not ruled out that he may have dated girls in their late teens around that time.

President Donald Trump spent five days in Asia largely keeping the Alabama Senate scandal at bay.

In Alabama, a Republican group, the 5th Congressional District Republican Executive Committee, voiced its unanimous support for Moore on Wednesday, adopting a resolution supporting him as the GOP nominee.

Still, he has faced calls from a growing number of Republican lawmakers and officials to drop out of the race.

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