Trump Pushes Moore, Celebrates Himself at Florida Rally

Trump Pushes Moore, Celebrates Himself at Florida Rally

Roy Moore's chief strategist is tying the Republican Senate candidate to President Donald Trump's star in Alabama.

Attorney Gloria Allred (R) and Beverly Young Nelson hold up a picture showing a message and a signature of Roy Moore during a press conference on November 13, 2017, in NY, alledging that Roy Moore sexually assaulted Nelson when she was a minor in Alabama without her consent.

"If a person is banned from a mall they should definitely not be in the United States Senate", Booker told Jaffe. "So these allegations are false". On the other side, Moore's detractors took to social media to assert, erroneously, that Moore had written in a 2011 textbook that women shouldn't hold elected office. It is supposed to be a Democratic stronghold, yet the Jones campaign signs are hard to find.

Moore has come under fire in the past day for comments about slavery and Vladimir Putin, but the President made it clear tonight that the Republicans "cannot afford" to lose a seat in the Senate.

THE FACTS: None of the women who accused the Alabama Republican Senate candidate of sexual misconduct, including two women who said Moore molested them, have backed off their initial claims. The special election is on Tuesday.

Much like Jones, Ossoff used an extensive, data-driven ground game to maximize Democratic support, while using television advertising to strike a moderate, non-partisan tone. "I said I couldn't vote for Roy Moore".

"This guy is screaming, 'We want Roy Moore!' He's right", Mr. Trump said, as he made the case for Moore in a next-door state.

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"This campaign has the wind at its back because we are bringing people together from all across this state", Jones said after a meeting at Brown Chapel A.M.E.

"I have known families", he said.

"We can not afford ... to lose a seat in the very, very close United States Senate", Trump said.

The inscription reads, "To a sweeter more lovely girl I could not say, 'Merry Christmas.'" It is followed by the signature "Roy Moore D.A." and the notation "12-22-77 Olde Hickory House". In Alabama, there are far more Trump backers than Hillary Clinton supporters, as Trump won the state handily, beating her 62.1 percent to 34.4 percent.

"We need somebody in that Senate seat who will vote for our Make America Great Again agenda, which involves tough on crime, strong on borders, strong on immigration", Mr Trump continued.

About Allred and the accuser who now admitted to forgery, Trump referenced that situation as well.

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