"If these allegations are true, he must step aside", Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said Thursday.
The Washington Post exclusive provided quotes from four named women, three of whom say they were 17 or under when Moore approached them; two of those women say that romantic contact resulted when they were 14 and 16, respectively.
Corfman told the Post she never reported Moore to the authorities.
In an explosive report filed by The Washington Post, multiple women have come forward to allege that Moore pursued them when they were young teenagers.
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The Washington Post has published a story containing accusations of inappropriate sexual advances from Roy Moore against a 14-year-old girl.
Ahead of the release of the Wash Post report, Breitbart ran a story calling the Post's motivations into question, with a denial from Moore: "These allegations are completely false and are a desperate political attack by the National Democrat Party and the Washington Post on this campaign".
Moore is running in a December 12 special election against Democrat Doug Jones, a former federal prosecutor, to fill the seat vacated by Jeff Sessions, who was appointed attorney general by President Donald Trump. Corfman says she voted for Republicans over the past three presidential elections, including for President Donald Trump.
Mr. Moore's candidacy had already anxious party leaders who had embraced the controversial former state Supreme Court justice despite his long record of incendiary comments about gays, Muslims and African-Americans, to protect the Senate seat once held by Attorney General Jeff Sessions. Per Alabama law, it is too late for Moore's name to be taken off the ballot.
Although Moore's statement says that the story was fabricated and is "intentional defamation", there is no mention that he intends to take legal action.
Once Moore and Corfman were alone, the older man asked for her phone number. At that point, Corfman told the Post, she asked Moore to take her home, which he did.
To that end, WHNT News 19 has asked the Moore campaign multiple times to clarify which specific aspects of the Post's reporting on the Foundation for Moral Law are incorrect. He was twice removed from his Supreme Court position, once for disobeying a federal court order to remove a 5,200 pound granite Ten Commandments monument from the lobby of the state judicial building, and later for urging state probate judges to defy the U.S. Supreme Court decision that legalized gay marriage.
Among the handful of Senate Republicans who have endorsed Moore, only Mike Lee of Utah weighed in on the allegations. On a second visit, he took off her shirt and trousers and removed his clothes except for his underwear before touching her over her bra and underpants, Corfman told the Post.
Two of her friends at the time recall her talking about spending time with an older man, one of whom said she identified him as Moore.
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Dumont also mentioned the possibility that chemical and biological weapons might be used by the North in case of a conflict. Lieu told The Washington Post "it's important for people to understand what a war with a nuclear power would look like".