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Trump Defends Roy Moore Amid Sexual Assault Allegations: ‘He Totally Denies It’

President Trump speaks to a press before vacating from a south grass of a White House.

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President Trump speaks to a press before vacating from a south grass of a White House.

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President Trump is fortifying Alabama GOP Senate hopeful Roy Moore who has been indicted by mixed women of passionate assaulting them when they were teenagers and Moore was in his 30s.

“I can tell we one thing for sure, we don’t need a magnanimous chairman in there, a Democrat,” a boss told reporters shortly before vacating a White House to conduct to his Mar-a-Lago review in Florida for Thanksgiving.

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“I’ve looked during his record — it’s terrible on crime, it’s terrible on a border, it’s terrible on a military,” Trump pronounced of Moore’s Democratic opponent, former U.S. Attorney Doug Jones.

When asked about a allegations that Moore followed mixed teenage girls while he was in his 30s and an partner district profession in Alabama, Trump responded that Moore “totally denies it” and forked out that a allegations are from roughly 40 years ago.

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Trump also pronounced he will announce subsequent week either he will debate for Moore, who has been deserted by a National Republican Senatorial Committee and a Republican National Committee in a arise of a accusations. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., House Speaker Paul Ryan, R-Wis., and other inhabitant Republicans have called on Moore to step aside, though a former state Supreme Court arch probity has refused.

Trump, McConnell and a NRSC corroborated Moore’s primary opponent, allocated Sen. Luther Strange, in a GOP primary progressing this year to fill a chair of now-Attorney General Jeff Sessions.

Trump was indicted of passionate attack by mixed women during a 2016 campaign, and has continued to repudiate those allegations. But he has waded into other passionate attack allegations that have come to light recently opposite Democratic politicians, tweeting critique of Sen. Al Franken, D-Minn., final week.

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Asked by reporters Tuesday either or not Franken should resign, Trump equivocated though did try to speak about a broader informative impulse of women feeling emboldened to come brazen with accusations of several forms of passionate misconduct, including passionate nuisance and passionate attack — even as he declined to contend he believes a women who have done allegations opposite Moore.

“Women are really special,” Trump said. “I consider it’s a really special time, a lot of things are entrance out and we consider that’s good for the multitude and we consider it’s really really good for women and I’m really happy” these things are entrance out.