Roy Moore, who allegedly pursued teens, blames media

Roy Moore, who allegedly pursued teens, blames media

But this growing criticism has yet to sweep over key Republicans in Alabama.

McConnell and other Republican leaders in Washington are discussing whether Sessions or another candidate such as unusual, the current senator, should pursue a write-in candidacy to compete with Moore.

"The good people of Alabama, not the Washington elite who wallow in the swamp, will decide this election!"

Testifying during a Senate hearing Tuesday, Attorney General Jeff Sessions - whose open Senate seat Moore is running to fill - added that there was "no reason for him to doubt" the women who have spoken out.

"These attacks said I was with a minor child and are false and untrue - and for which they will be sued", Moore said Sunday night during a campaign speech in Huntsville, Alabama.

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"I don't see anything the party can do", said Alabama state Rep. Mike Ball, a Republican from Madison County.

Party officials in Washington this week have ramped up efforts to get him to drop out, in hopes that a write-in candidate can save the seat for Republicans.

Mr. McConnell told reporters at the Capitol Tuesday that Mr. Moore was "obviously not fit to be in the United States Senate". "Number one, these allegations are credible".

Republicans have continued to voice concern over Moore's campaign bid amid the allegations, and as of Tuesday night, the Republican National Committee had withdrawn from a joint fundraising agreement with Moore, according to a Federal Election Commission filing. That's how he justifies supporting Roy Moore, accused of assaulting a 14-year-old girl among other five women who've accused the Republican Judge - as if Donald Trump were not already actually doing great harm to our country.

On Monday, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell called on Moore to leave the race, while Senator Cory Gardner, who chairs the Republican Party's Senate campaign arm, suggested the Senate should expel Moore should he stay in the race and win the election.

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