Trump Questions Authenticity of 'Access Hollywood' Tape

Marsha Scott
November 28, 2017

Before leaving for Mar-a-Lago last week, Trump told reporters, "I'll be letting you know next week" about campaigning for Moore before Alabama's Dec.12 special election.

Roy Moore, the Republican nominee for U.S. Senate in Alabama, released a TV ad Monday that targets allegations against him, calling them a "scheme by liberal elites and the Republican establishment", according to The Hill.

President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump return to the White House Sunday after a spending five days in Florida. The Alabama Republican faces Democratic opponent Doug Jones on December 12.

Two women have accused Moore of sexually assaulting or molesting them decades ago, when he was in his 30s and they were teenagers.

The White House official told The Associated Press that Trump would not travel to Alabama on Moore's behalf.

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President Donald Trump has questioned the authenticity of the infamous "Access Hollywood" tape in which he bragged about being able to grope women, The New York Times reported over the weekend, despite the fact that Trump immediately apologized for his remarks when the video surfaced.

Top Republicans in Congress, including Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and House Speaker Paul Ryan, have called for Moore to leave the race.

The race between Moore and Jones will be decided December 12. "I think I am very strong on the issues that the people of Alabama care for".

Lee Busby, a 60-year-old retired Marine colonel who was vice chief of staff to John Kelly, said he plans to launch a write-in bid for the seat.

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