Washington Post didn't pay Roy Moore accusers

Pauline Gross
November 16, 2017

Alabama's special election is set for December 12.

"I've yet to see a valid explanation [from Moore] and I have no reason to doubt the victims' accounts".

Moore, now 70, has vehemently denied some of the allegations - notably that he initiated a sexual encounter with a 14-year-old girl when he was 32 - though he has not ruled out that he may have dated girls in their late teens around that time.

Jauregui said during a news conference Wednesday that Moore's team had hired a handwriting analyst to look into whether the signature in Beverly Young Nelson's yearbook is authentic.

On Tuesday, TV station WKRG interviewed Alabama pastor Al Moore who said he received a voicemail from an unknown number from someone identifying themselves as a Post reporter named Bernie Bernstein.

According to internal polling conducted by the Senate GOP campaign arm and reviewed by The Associated Press, Moore trails Democrat Doug Jones by 12 points - 39 percent to 51 percent - in the survey conducted on Sunday and Monday.

Moore has denied sexual misconduct. Moore could be expelled from the Senate if he wins the election.

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The influential conservative news aggregation website Drudge Report on Wednesday blasted out a very critical headline about Senate candidate Roy Moore.

Keurig announced Saturday it had pulled advertising from "Hannity" after several Twitter users questioned the host's coverage of the allegations against Moore.

Meanwhile, McConnell floated Attorney General Jeff Sessions as a write-in to take back his empty Senate seat as a replacement for Moore. "As of today, with the information that's been introduced to me, and if these charges are not proven to be true, then I would continue to support and vote for Judge Moore", Merrill said on CNN's "New Day". None said he forced them into sexual contact, but one, Leigh Corfman, said Moore took off her shirt and trousers, removed his clothes, touched her over her bra and underpants and guided her hand over his underwear. "If he can't do this, then Judge Moore needs to get out of this race".

"We deserve answers - consistent answers - and truth", said Hannity, who is generally among the most reliable and consistent media supporters of President Trump and the conservative cause.

But even that loss of support is unlikely to prompt Moore to exit the race, where he has retained significant and fervent support as grassroots Republicans in the state have continued to dismiss the allegations as a ploy to thwart Moore's election.

The attorney also tried to poke other holes in her story. Many are voicing hopes that President Donald Trump can use his clout to resolve a problem that Republicans say leaves them with no easy options.

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