Kellyanne Conway Says The Roy Moore Allegations Would Disqualify "Anyone" From Office

  • Kellyanne Conway Says The Roy Moore Allegations Would Disqualify

Kellyanne Conway Says The Roy Moore Allegations Would Disqualify "Anyone" From Office

The Washington Post reported that a woman says Mr. Moore initiated the encounter when she was 14 and he was 32.

She said she went back a second time, explaining that at the time she was thinking of it as "a new experience, and it was exciting and fun and scary", where things escalated.

Mr. Moore's candidacy had already anxious party leaders who had embraced the controversial former state Supreme Court justice despite his long record of incendiary comments about gays, Muslims and African-Americans, to protect the Senate seat once held by Attorney General Jeff Sessions.

"Dear GOP, send your thank you cards to the Breitbart embassy attn: Steve Bannon", tweeted a sarcastic Josh Holmes, a former aide to Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell. Donald Trump backed Sen.

Bannon referenced Moore only briefly during an appearance Thursday night in New Hampshire, attacking The Washington Post - an "apparatus of the Democratic Party", he called it - for also being among the first to report the "Access Hollywood" tape that caught Trump using sexual predatory language before the 2016 election. Whatever this is, just get it over'.

Corfman said the two never had sexual intercourse.

"If these allegations are found to be true, Roy Moore must drop out of the Alabama special Senate election", Cory Gardner, chairman of the National Republican Senatorial Committee, said in a statement released shortly after the report.

"I wanted it over with - I wanted out", Corfman told the Post.

'I have prayed over this, ' Corfman said.

"These allegations are completely false and are a desperate political attack by the National Democrat Party and the Washington Post on this campaign", he said.

Corfman said he removed her clothes, fondled her over her underwear, and, wearing only underwear himself, tried to get her to touch his penis. "I'll stay out here with her, '" the accuser's mother, Nancy Wells, claims.

"Judge Moore's wife, Kayla, informed me today they used the word "defamation" in their statement for a reason - they intend to pursue legal action against the Washington Post", Deace tweeted.

Borden's attorneys brought the case to the Alabama Court of Civil Appeals, accusing Moore of showing personal bias and prejudice against Borden.

Wendy Miller says she was just 14 and dressed as an Elf who was a "Santa's helper" at the mall.

But this wasn't the only incident the Washington, DC, publication uncovered involving Moore - three other women also came forward detailing their own accounts of Moore kissing them and offering them alcohol when they were between the ages of 16 and 18.

Miller says she was "flattered by the attentio" but now that she is older, 'the idea that a grown man would want to take out a teenager, that's disgusting to me.' She says her mom wouldn't let her date Moore. Borden also signed an affidavit alleging while she was sitting outside his office, she heard Moore refer to gay people in a derogatory manner.