Roy Moore addresses church crowd in Alabama amidst sexual assault scandal

Roy Moore addresses church crowd in Alabama amidst sexual assault scandal

"Do you believe Roy Moore or the women", Llamas asked, following closely behind the swift-moving Brooks.

Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore says there is a "spiritual battle" going on in American politics as he faces mounting pressure from national Republicans to drop out of the race. "I want to talk about where this country is going and if we don't come back to God, we're not going anywhere". "But I want to talk about the issues". And on Monday, a separate Alabama woman alleged Moore sexually assaulted her when she was a teenager, and described her experience at a news conference, represented by attorney Gloria Allred.

The former chief justice of the Alabama Supreme Court has been engulfed in controversy since being accused of having inappropriate sexual relations with several teenage girls when he was in his 30s, as detailed by a Washington Post exposé published last week. "Because that is way too old for Roy Moore".

According to a Federal Election Commission the GOP establishment continues to break ties with the Alabama Senate candidate.

MCCONNELL: I did, I think he should step aside. "I'm the only one who can unite Democrats and Republicans because I seem to be opposed by both", said Moore.

Moore also referred to members of Congress, on both sides of the aisle, who have called on him to withdraw from the December 12 Senate election - against Democrat Doug Jones - because of the allegations.

Is the burden [of proof] on Moore to prove these [allegations] false, versus someone to prove these are true in this situation?

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