Volvo Pulls Ads Over Failure To Rush To Judgement On Moore Allegations

Frederick Owens
November 16, 2017

Articles based off posts from a Twitter user named Doug Lewis claim "a family friend" of his said she was offered $1,000 by a Post reporter identified only as "Beth" to accuse Moore of wrongdoing. The former chief justice has also accused Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., of trying to undermine his candidacy.

For Bannon, Moore has been the means to challenge establishment Republicans, throwing his support behind Moore during the primary against President Trump's and Senate Republicans' preferred candidate, incumbent Sen. That's a dramatic downward shift for Moore, who led by 9 points the week before in the National Republican Senatorial Committee's internal numbers.

Shelby said: "It's not a good situation".

Shelby said he is anxious about damage to the Republican brand. "I never did what she said I did".

As accounts continue to pile up about Moore's past, the controversial Republican nominee has continued to deny any untoward behavior, attacked the media and threatened to take legal action of some kind.

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

A regional GOP committee representing the state's 5th congressional district approved a new resolution of support for Moore and asked the state GOP to do the same.

"He's anxious about the conversation moving to his past accusers", the Republican familiar with the matter said, noting that the President believes his accusers were unfair and some of Moore's may be, too. So should he receive the most votes after a withdrawal, they will not be counted.

On the ground in Alabama, however, the intraparty battle grew nastier Wednesday.

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Moore has denied the allegations and resisted pulling from the election, which is slated for December 12.

"In light of new information about Judge Roy Moore, we have to address this issue tonight".

Politico's Jake Sherman, who joined Morning Joe as well, said later in the segment that the "Bernie Bernstein" robocall was "anti-semitism". Moore could be expelled from the Senate if he wins the election. A spokesman for the campaign told WKRG that the candidate hadn't heard about the call. Al Moore shared a recording with The Associated Press.

He complained that the allegations were all that the press wanted to discuss.

The Washington Post broke the original story of a woman, Leigh Corfman, saying Roy Moore touched her sexually when she was 14 years old; two other women told the Post that Moore dated and kissed them when they were teenagers.

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".

"For me, the judge has 24 hours", Hannity said on his TV show Tuesday. Moore has repeatedly denied allegations of sexual misconduct years ago.

He has been traveling overseas and is expected to be back in the the end of the week. He was in the public eye then and has remained there for 40 years, eventually becoming a judge.

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