"He fits the mold of somebody who might be able to pull off a write-in", the majority leader said during a forum on the economy.
A week later, ABC's Mary Bruce offered a short (1 minute, 48 second) summary on Good Morning America that was light on the details of the case: "At times this case sounds a bit more like an episode of Scandal: Bribery charges, mistresses and alleged abuse of power - and at the heart of it all, a U.S. Senator on trial for federal corruption".
"I believe the Democrats will do great damage to our country" puff-puff runs the Alabama congressman. "This close to election, it's a complicated matter'".
Analysis from undecided voters, who may ultimately determine the outcome of the December 12 election, do not view Moore as favorably. The call comes days after The Post reported on allegations that 70-year-old Moore initiated a sexual encounter with a 14-year-old girl almost four decades ago, sparking calls by some Republicans for him to abandon his campaign for the U.S. Senate in a special election to be held December 12.
Speaking at a House Judiciary Committee hearing Tuesday, Sessions said he had "no reason to doubt" the women who have made the allegations against Moore.
"We're going to stay in our lane". Brooks deflected again in a similar manner: "I believe that the Democrats will do great damage to our country". "And people will have a choice". Only 11% say they're less likely to support him.
She is Leigh Corfman, who was 14 in 1979, when she told the newspaper Moore introduced himself at an Alabama courthouse.
The national Democratic Party, however, has yet to invest directly in the race beyond funds to build the state party, and has not changed that stance since the Moore allegations surfaced.
The 21-member party steering committee could vote to revoke Moore's GOP nomination and ask election officials to ignore ballots cast for him Election Day, but that would risk a lawsuit and backlash from Moore supporters.
Pastor Al Moore of Creola, Alabama, said that he received the call on his cellphone a little after 7 a.m. Tuesday from a private number, which he did not answer.
"Why do you think they're giving me this trouble?" The woman said that Moore sexually assaulted her in a locked vehicle when she was 16. He said some in the party want it to pass a resolution embracing Moore.
Missouri Attorney General Josh Hawley said Monday that Roy Moore should drop his bid for U.S. Senate in Alabama - if sexual misconduct allegations against the former judge are true.