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RNC renews support for Roy Moore's Senate campaign

06 Diciembre 2017

The National Republican Senatorial Committee cut ties with the Moore campaign soon after the report was published and the Republican National Committee pulled its financial support in mid-November, but the RNC has changed its position after Trump delivered a full endorsement on Twitter Monday morning. "And he's spewing the lie from the pulpit of a church".

At Roy Moore's rally Tuesday night in Alabama, one speaker denounced the "fake news" and "all the lies from The Washington Post", which first reported that Moore, the Republican nominee for Senate, had inappropriate sexual relationships with teenage girls as young as 14 when he was in his 30s.

Moore, who denies the allegations viewed by senior members of his party as "credible", has to date been accused of sexual misconduct by eight women.

A little more than a month ago, Sen.

Even if he isn't well-known in this heavily Republican county, Bannon's appearance was a welcome development for Moore, who has been shunned by the Republican Party's biggest stars.

NPR RNC Restores Financial Support For Roy Moore As Trump Gives Full Endorsement
NPR watered down this headline from the already euphemistic “Trump Endorses Roy Moore for First Time Since Sex Allegations.”

Todd KraninThe Republican National Committee is now backing Roy Moore in the Alabama special election.

Frank Blakeman, a former history teacher from nearby Foley, Ala., described Moore as a continuation of Trump's conservative movement. Bloomberg (12/4/17), on the other hand, originally had "Trump Endorses Roy Moore for Senate, Despite Sex Allegations", and later amended that to "Trump Endorses Roy Moore Despite Sexual-Misconduct Allegations". Jeff Flake, sent a $100 check to Moore's Democratic opponent, Doug Jones on Tuesday. But, like Bannon, Moore has promised to stand up to McConnell, a Republican who is deeply unpopular among many diehard Trump supporters.

Trump turned Flake into a prop on Tuesday.

On CNN tonight, Don Lemon said at the very least, the President of the United States should not be supporting someone with those kind of horrific allegations against them.

Bannon is far more focused on economic populism and immigration. Yes, I think he is.

RNC renews support for Roy Moore's Senate campaign