Republicans in Alabama, DC at odds over Moore

Roy Moore

Roy Moore

In light of the accusations, dozens of Republicans have spoken out against Moore, with a growing number demanding that he withdraw from the Senate race. The retired judge, who has denied the allegations, faces Democrat Doug Jones in a December 12 special election.

Others in the state said there is little that can be done, as the December 12 election to fill the seat vacated by Sessions approaches.

So this Roy Moore situation is going well for Republicans.

Roy Moore, Republican candidate for the open Alabama Senate seat.

He also said that if Moore does not step aside, the Senate will "need to act" to protect its integrity.

Mr. Moore's Republican opponent Luther Strange had establishment support in the Republican primary, but Mr. Moore defeated him.

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Trump, a Republican, has yet to fully weigh in on the allegations against Moore, but is expected to do so after he returns from a 12-day trip to Asia on Tuesday evening.

Stephen Colbert had some pointed barbs for Roy Moore, the embattled Republican candidate for United States Senator in Alabama, on Tuesday's episode of The Late Show.

But the worry there is that such an effort would split the Republican vote and hand the seat to the Democratic candidate, former U.S. Attorney Doug Jones. And on Monday, a separate Alabama woman alleged Moore sexually assaulted her when she was a teenager, and described her experience at a news conference, represented by attorney Gloria Allred.

This came after few women stepped forward, saying Moore pursued relationships with them when they were teenagers. Nelson said Moore groped her, tried to pull her shirt off and shove her head in his lap, then warned that "no one will believe you" if she told anyone.

"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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