Donald Trump Cuts the Crap, Endorses Alleged Child Molester

  • Donald Trump Cuts the Crap, Endorses Alleged Child Molester

Donald Trump Cuts the Crap, Endorses Alleged Child Molester

"Democrats refusal to give even one vote for massive Tax Cuts is why we need Republican Roy Moore to win in Alabama", Trump tweeted. "We need his vote on stopping crime, illegal immigration, Border Wall, Military, Pro Life, V.A., Judges 2nd Amendment and more", Trump tweeted in support of a candidate the Republican National Committee pulled its funding from. The explosive revelations were published by the Washington Post, which has interviewed more than 30 people who knew Moore between 1977 and 1982.

White House spokesman Raj Shah said Trump and Moore "had a positive call" during which they "discussed the state of the Alabama Senate race".

Moore said on the social network that the 71-year-old president told him emphatically, "Go get 'em, Roy!" "Because there are groups that don't want me in the United States Senate", Moore said, before accusing the Democratic Party and the Republican establishment of working together, in November.

The White House confirmed that the call took place and Trump's official endorsement of Moore.

President Trump and Moore also spoke over the phone this morning, with the president expressing "enthusiastic support for Judge Moore's candidacy" according to a statement released by the campaign following the call. The president had side-stepped an endorsement of Moore in recent weeks, but unequivocally voiced his support of the Alabama Senate candidate under fire eight days before the election.

This comes as the Republican has been targeted by Democrats and the mainstream media for unverified allegations from almost 40 years ago, but Moore is fighting back.

The President went on to rail against Moore's Democratic opponent in the race, Doug Jones. Moore denies the allegations.

One alleges he molested her when she was 14 years old.

Trump's move runs counter to many other Republican leaders who have repudiated Moore and called on him to exit the race.

Jones had a lead of 3 percentage points over Moore among likely voters - within the margin of error - according a poll released December 2 by the Washington Post and the Schar School of Policy and Government at George Mason University.