New Anti-Moore Ad Features Quotes From Ivanka Trump, Jeff Sessions

New Anti-Moore Ad Features Quotes From Ivanka Trump, Jeff Sessions

New Anti-Moore Ad Features Quotes From Ivanka Trump, Jeff Sessions

The latest ad by Doug Jones plays back criticism of Republican nominee Roy Moore that Ivanka Trump, Attorney General Jeff Sessions and Sen.

Sean Hannity has stepped in the Roy Moore scandal all over again.

"I wanted it over with - I wanted out", she remembers thinking.

"He totally denies it", Trump told reporters Tuesday.

Leigh Corfman says that in 1979, when she was 14 years old, she was sitting in the courthouse with her mother when Roy Moore, then 32 years old, walked up and introduced himself.

Reacting on "Happening Now", Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Judith Miller said Corfman sounds "very credible" but voters will ultimately decide whether to believe Moore's nine accusers. She said she told him she wasn't comfortable, and he eventually agreed to take her home. "It was, oh gosh, eight years later, or something, I met her", Moore said.

"I knew Kayla was going to be a special person in my life", Moore wrote about when he first saw her when she was 15 years old. "Long afterward, I would learn that Kayla had, in fact, performed a special dance routine at Gadsden State years before", he wrote.

It was in 1977, Wendy Miller says, when Moore first approached her at the Gadsden Mall, where she was working as a Santa's helper.

"It's very close to my heart", she said.

Though he wouldn't say whether he finds Moore's denials convincing, the president also weighed in on the larger cultural moment for women in general, as several of the most powerful men in the USA have been forced to account for their shoddy treatment of women. If anything, this has cost me.

Moore, a former state Supreme Court justice twice removed from office, has denied the accusations and pledged to remain in the race. I have had to take leave from my job.

He has vowed to stay in the race despite rising calls, including from Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, to drop out.

The remarks Saturday by the Rev. William J. Barber come a day after a letter signed by dozens of progressive pastors in Alabama said Moore - dogged by recent allegations of inappropriate conduct toward teenage girls decades ago - is unfit to serve.

Barber and other speakers claimed Moore's campaign is fueled by a perversion of Christianity linked with white supremacy, and Moore is trying to take those forces to the Senate.

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