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Trump Believes Moore Will Step Aside If Sexual Allegations Are True

RTTNews Friday, 10 November 2017 ()
President Donald Trump believes Roy Moore will drop out of the Alabama Senate race if allegations of sexual misconduct are true, according to White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders.
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News video: GOP members ask Roy Moore to step aside if sexual allegations are true

GOP members ask Roy Moore to step aside if sexual allegations are true 00:46

Roy Moore, a GOP nominee for a senate seat in Alabama, is under fire for allegedly engaging in sexual conduct with underage women. Now Moore's colleagues in the senate asking him to step aside if the claims are true. A Washington Post report alleged that Moore initiated a sexual encounter with a...

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