Corrected: Trump defends Senate candidate Moore despite misconduct allegations

Steve Bannon former strategist to President Donald Trump bills himself as Trump’s Svengali. But events in Alabama make it clear that his dime-storm Leninism comes at a cost

"Y'all can keep trotting them out if you want to, but we're not going to talk about that", Young said, referring to reporters' efforts to ask questions.

He added that "we don't need a liberal Democrat in the seat", referring to Moore's opponent, Democrat Doug Jones.

At first Trump offered a standard attack on Jones as "terrible on borders, bad on the military".

Meanwhile, at a press conference in Montgomery, Ala., on Tuesday afternoon, Dean Young, Moore's chief strategist, said Conway's comments show how important the Alabama Senate race is to the Trump presidency. "And look, you have to look at him also".

But Trump on Tuesday left the door open to campaigning with Moore.

What Trump was saying is that he believes Moore. No matter what the women - none of whom know each other and virtually every one of whom has put their names to the accusations they made against Moore - say.

She said she had considered confronting Moore twice before, but did not do it, once because her school-age children were afraid that "they would be castigated in their group".

Dean Young, Moore's campaign adviser, said that Alabamiams can not elect Doug "the liberal Democrat" Jones because he will back judges who support partial-birth abortions. "He says, 40 years ago, this did not happen". White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders has said the administration's position is that all of Trump's accusers are lying. "Nobody ever says his name, and they pretend that he's some kind of conservative Democrat in Alabama, and he's not". He is weak on crime. He's strong on raising your taxes. The October 2016 release of the "Access Hollywood" tape revealed that Trump bragged in in 2005 that he could grope and forcibly kiss women without their consent.

Moore, a former Alabama Supreme Court chief justice, is the Republicans' only realistic chance to win the special December 12 election.

Again, that runs directly counter to the message from many establishment Republicans - that it isn't worth sacrificing principle exclusively to hold control of a single Senate seat.

"He denies it", Trump responded.

Roy Moore speaks during a campaign event at Walker Springs Road Baptist Church in Jackson, Alabama, on November 14, 2017. And I think it's very, very good for women.

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