Trump finally responds to Roy Moore allegations: "He totally denies it"

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Trump backs Roy Moore: 'He denies it'

President Donald Trump broke his silence Tuesday afternoon on allegations of sexual abuse facing Roy Moore, the Republican Party's Senate nominee in Alabama.

"I can tell you one thing for sure, we don't need a liberal person in there, a Democrat", the president told reporters shortly before departing the White House to head to his Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida for Thanksgiving.

Several women have said Moore tried to start romantic relationships with them when they were teenagers and he was in his 30s. He has, after all, been accused of sexual assault by over a dozen women and continues to insist that they're all liars.

While Franken swiftly apologized for his actions, Moore has vehemently denied the allegations against him and has painted them as a smear campaign meant to destroy his chances in next month's election.

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The president also took the opportunity on Tuesday to hit out at Doug Jones, the Democrat candidate who is running against Moore.

When asked if he thought Trump was thinking about tax reform with this move, Heilemann explained that Trump was likely very anxious about it because he wants a victory because he's staring down a year in office without any major legislative wins.

White House panel discussion on Trump's endorsement of Moore, MSNBC analyst John Heilemann explained that there was no "moral consistency or ethic consistency" to Trump's decision to toss his support behind Moore because all Trump "cares about is himself".

Regardless of those details, the president was clear in his statement of support for Moore, in light of the possibility of losing Alabama's Senate seat to the Democrats. That if Moore says he didn't do these things, then he must not have.

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But clearly he just doesn't believe them. "We'll have to let you know next week", he told reporters.

Sessions said he had no reason to doubt Moore's accusers. Ivanka Trump said there's a special place in hell for people who prey on children.

The boost Moore will get from Trump's comments will make it that much harder to remove the controversial judge from the race or to organize a serious write-in campaign against him.

After having been burned by backing the establishment-endorsed candidate in the Alabama Senate primary over Roy Moore, Donald Trump isn't making the same "mistake" twice.

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