CNN now has a clock tracking Trump's silence on Roy Moore

Remigio Civitarese
Novembre 19, 2017

A White House official said the President would be out campaigning for Roy Moore if he did not believe the accusers. "I think it's important to remind your audience that the president went down and campaigned against Roy Moore in the primary in support of Luther Strange". "And here's what's going to happen next as this "me too thing" goes forward, there's going to be accusations made against Trump campaign people or Trump White House people".

Trump has been mostly quiet on allegations Moore, now 70, had improper sexual contact with teenage girls in the 1970s.

Nine women have accused Moore of a range of inappropriate conduct, including pursuing them when they were teenagers, groping and assault.

Former Alabama Chief Justice and U.S. Senate candidate Roy Moore waits to speak at a press conference, November 16, 2017, in Birmingham, Ala.

Stephanopoulos asked Short if President Trump believed the claims, to which Short replied: "If he did not believe that the women's accusations were credible he would be down campaigning for Roy Moore".

"I can't believe there's such an outcry now about something everybody knew", Day said to the Times.

Trump's reaction stands in stark contrast to his tweets about Sen. So at this point, we think, though, it's best for the people of Alabama, that all the information is front of them, for them to make the decision. Al Franken for the sexual misconduct accusations leveled against the Minnesota lawmaker this week, but remained silent on Moore.

"Does the president believe them?" "I don't know who to believe", Mulvaney said.

"Andrea, I run the Office of Management and Budget in Washington, D.C".

Mulvaney repeated himself: "Folks who vote in the Alabama election can ultimately decide".

ABC's George Stephanopoulos repeatedly questioned Short about Trump and if the president still supported Moore in the wake of the allegations. "He has not done that".

Moore has called the allegations "unsubstantiated, ' "unproven" and 'fake".

"The allegations are stronger than the denial, and Roy Moore should find something else to do", Scott said on "Fox News Sunday". He added: "Which is my way of suggesting he should not be in the race".

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