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Alabama Senate Candidate Roy Moore Denies Child Sexual Assault Charges

HeadlineNov 13, 2017
 h12 moore

In Alabama, Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore is facing increasing calls to drop out of the closely watched race, after at least four women accused him of making sexual advances on them while they were teenagers. On Saturday, Moore defended himself. But several of Roy Moore’s former colleagues have publicly acknowledged it was common knowledge that when Moore was in his thirties he would date teenagers. Meanwhile, Axios is reporting Steve Bannon has dispatched two Breitbart employees to go to Alabama to dig up dirt on the women who publicly spoke out against Moore.

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