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Some Call On Senate Candidate Roy Moore To Withdraw Amid Allegations Of Sexual Contact With Minor

CBS 2 Friday, 10 November 2017 ()
Alabama Republican U.S. candidate Roy Moore has been urged by some GOP leaders to withdraw from the race, after bombshell allegations that he had sexual contact with an underage girl decades ago.
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