President Trump spoke out yesterday about the Alabama Senatorial race and threw his support behind controversial Republican candidate Roy Moore, an anti-establishment Republican, who stands accused by several women of doing inappropriate sexual acts when they were teenage girls and Moore was in his 30’s.
Before his departure on Marine One, President Trump told reporters that Roy Moore denies the sexual allegations from his 9 female accusers, including one sexual encounter with Leigh Corfman who was age 14 when Moore was age 32 and employed as a district attorney.
Corfman told the Washington Post that Moore took off her clothes, touched her private areas over her bra and underpants, and guided her hand to touch him over his underwear.
President Trump came to Moore’s defense on Tuesday.
“Well, he denies it. Look, he denies it. I mean, if you look at what is really going on, and you look at all the things that have happened over the last 48 hours, he totally denies it” President Trump said.
“He says it didn’t happen. And you know, you have to listen to him also” Trump added.
President Trump admitted that most of Moore’s female accusers had voted Trump during the 2016 presidential election and later called Alabama Democrat Senator challenger Doug Jones “soft on crime.”
President Trump said in another week he will decide if he plans to campaign for Republican Roy Moore in the Alabama Senatorial race.
Latest polls show that the Alabama Senatorial race is tightening and Democrat challenger Doug Jones is moving ahead of Moore in some polls.
According to a Fox News poll taken from 11/13- 11/15 Jones has a + 8 advantage over Roy Moore and in another Gravis poll from 11/14- 11/15 Jones has a +5 lead.
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