Trump to hold rally in northern Florida ahead of Alabama special election


Senate candidate Roy Moore is blaming a "conspiracy" of LGBTQ people and liberals for the allegations of sexual misconduct against him.

Just three days ago, White House spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders said Trump would not campaign in Alabama on Moore's behalf, reports the Associated Press, which was told about the trip by "a person familiar with the planning who was unauthorized to discuss the president's movements publicly".

Why this matters: If Jones can not maintain Democrat fervor for more than two weeks and continue to suppress potential Moore voters, he stands very little chance of defeating the Republican candidate one-on-one. They're the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgendered who want to change our culture. It's unclear, but he pulled out the classic "man's man" line, "say that to me my face". "They're socialists who want to change our way of life. I am not getting rewarded from your political opponents", Corfman wrote in a letter.

Several Republican organizations also pulled their support for Moore's Senate candidacy, including the Republican National Committee and the National Republican Senatorial Committee.

Perhaps Roy Moore has watched a lot of girls high-school volleyball in his lifetime, because he could not have set Kimmel up for the spike more perfectly.

Moore has fiercely denied misconduct allegations, and denied even knowing Corfman.

Roy Moore accuser Leigh Corfman who says she was 14 when the then-32-year-old assistant district attorney undressed her touched her body and brought her hand to his genitals
Trump to hold rally in northern Florida ahead of Alabama special election

To which Kimmel replied: "OK Roy, but I'm leaving my daughters at home!"

Moore is running for senate out of Alabama amid accusations of sexual assault and that he pursued relationships with teenage girls while in his 30s.

"You cannot have a Doug Jones [Moore's Democratic opponent] up there who's an extreme liberal Democrat doing all he can to deny Donald Trump his nominee on the Supreme Court". "He says it didn't happen".

The Alabama Republican now has a narrow poll lead against Jones in the special election for the Senate seat vacated by Jeff Sessions' appointment as United States attorney general.

"Well, he denies it", Trump said.

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