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On Friday afternoon, embattled Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore appeared on Sean Hannity's radio show to discuss Thursday's Washington Post report detailing allegations that he sexually assaulted a 14-year-old and pursued sexual relationships with other teens while he was in his 30s.

Roy Moore's brother is defending the GOP Senate candidate "to the hilt" amid the escalating controversy over allegations of sexual misconduct against him, according to CNN correspondent Martin Savidge, who spoke to the brother on the phone.

Other Republican senators weighing in included Jeff Flake of Arizona, David Perdue of Georgia, John Thune of South Dakota, Lisa Murkowski of Alaska, Cory Gardner of Colorado, Richard Shelby of Alabama and Patrick Toomey of Pennsylvania. Sen. "That's what I mean when I say opposition party".

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Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell added, "If these allegations are true, he must step aside".

Dean Young, a longtime friend and adviser to Moore, said that Alabama voters would likely weigh the accusations against Moore with the sources that published them.

Republicans are not supposed to worry about Alabama.

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"Having read the detailed description of the incidents, as well as the response from Judge Moore and his campaign", Lee said in a statement, "I can no longer endorse his candidacy for the US Senate". Disgraced House speaker Denny Hastert got convicted for abuse that didn't come to light for decades, recall, but also note that there have been false allegations of sexual abuse in politics, too.

Waid Harbison, Cullman County Republican Chairman, said he needed more specifics before jumping off the Moore bandwagon. "I believe they are politically motivated and are brought to stop a very successful campaign", he asserted.

Bannon referenced Moore only briefly during an appearance Thursday night in New Hampshire, attacking The Washington Post as an "apparatus of the Democratic Party". National liberal organizations know their chosen candidate Doug Jones is in a death spiral, and this is their last ditch Hail Mary'. "I just don't believe Roy Moore would do that". He denies the women's reports and says he won't quit the race.

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Henry, R-Hartselle, who represents a portion of Cullman County, said he suspects the timing of the stories told by five women about Moore's alleged sexual advancements 40 years ago, as told to The Washington Post, are politically motivated as the December 12 special election nears. John McCain said the allegations are bad enough, and Moore should step down anyway. "Even those who followed ancient marriage customs, which we would not follow today, knew the difference between molesting and marriage". She then asked him to take her home, and he did. It was 1979, and he was a 32-year-old assistant district attorney. Other lawmakers have called on Moore to leave the race. In addition, Zeigler said that even if the allegation was true, it did not involve sexual intercourse. Alabama State Rep. Ed Henry said he doubted the accusers' veracity and called for legal action against them, reports Alabama newspaper The Cullman Times. (The woman says Moore touched her over her underwear.) Another said that "14-year-olds don't make good decisions".

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