Published: Mon, November 20, 2017
Global Media | By Garry Long

Megyn Kelly: Donald Trump Is 'Tone Deaf' for Criticizing Al Franken

Megyn Kelly: Donald Trump Is 'Tone Deaf' for Criticizing Al Franken

Five more women have come forward to accuse him of sexual misconduct since the initial report.

"I will cast my ballot on December the 12, and I do believe that the nominee of the party is the one I'll vote for", Ivey said.

Kayla Moore rallied support for her husband, Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore.

She attributed her decision to a desire to preserve the advantage Republicans hold over Democrats in the Senate, which has enabled them to advance key judicial nominations and other elements of the GOP agenda.

The accusations sent a shockwave through the Senate race in Alabama, where Republicans typically have a lock on statewide election.

"For Trump and his press secretary to continue to push the false agenda that the women are liars and continue to so cavalierly defame private citizens is outrageous and improper", Stoynoff said. She won't vote for Moore, a decision she made before the election.

The group said it was "committed to protecting women and children from similar acts of sexual misconduct".

U.S. President Donald Trump is displaying selective outrage over allegations of sexual harassment against prominent men in politics, but the White House said Friday the allegations he's faced in the past were already adjudicated through last year's election result.

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"The timing is a little curious, but at the same time, I have no reason to disbelieve them", Ivey said. The rare exception: The Greater Birmingham Young Republicans. who have pulled their support. "Does the White House - do you - believe the women?" she asked.

"He will not step down".

"I think it's really hypocritical and an embarrassment for the state of Alabama, and he's dragging us backwards", Falvey said.

The Alabama GOP, meanwhile, reaffirmed its support for Moore on Thursday.

"Most of the negative has been from out of state".

"But he's also concerned that these accusations are 38 years old", Short said.

Moore has ignored mounting calls from Washington Republicans concerned that if he stays in the race against Democrat Doug Jones he may not only lose a seat they were sure to win but also may do significant damage to the party's brand among women nationwide as they prepare for a hard midterm election season. "I think that's the most commonsense way to look at it".

Some public and private polls released this week have shown Jones with a lead.

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