• Sessions, Ryan say they believe U.S Senate candidate Moore's accusers

    10 days ago - By Reuters

    WASHINGTON - Pressure on U.S. Senate candidate Roy Moore to abandon his campaign increased on Tuesday, with two more prominent Republicans saying they believe sexual misconduct allegations against the Alabama man are credible.
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  • Congressman defends Roy Moore: who can remember 38 years ago?

    10 days ago - By Think Progress

    U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions told the House Judiciary Committee on Tuesday that he has “no reason to doubt” the five women who have come forward and accused senate candidate Roy Moore of sexual abuse when they were minors. But while Sessions - who vacated the senate seat to take his current job - joins a growing number of Republicans who are abandoning their own party's nominee, at least one thinks the process has been “grossly unfair” to Moore.
    Rep. Louie Gohmert , a former judge and a self-proclaimed “ ardent ” Judiciary Committee member told Fox News host Harris Faulkner during a...
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  • Sessions says he has 'no reason to doubt' Moore accusers

    Sessions says he has 'no reason to doubt' Moore accusers

    10 days ago - By News OK

    WASHINGTON - Attorney General Jeff Sessions voiced no skepticism Tuesday of accounts by women accusing Roy Moore of groping or pursuing romantic relationships with them when they were teens, and hinted the Justice Department might look into allegations against the besieged Republican Alabama Senate candidate.
    "I have no reason to doubt these young women," Sessions told a House committee.
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  • Jeff Sessions Has 'No Reason To Doubt' Sexual Abuse Allegations Against Roy Moore

    Jeff Sessions Has 'No Reason To Doubt' Sexual Abuse Allegations Against Roy Moore

    10 days ago - By The Huffington Post

    The attorney general also stressed that he is steering clear of involvement in the race for his old Senate seat.
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  • Jeff Sessions says he has 'no reason to doubt' Roy Moore's accusers

    Jeff Sessions says he has 'no reason to doubt' Roy Moore's accusers

    10 days ago - By Business Insider

    Attorney General Jeff Sessions said during his testimony before the House Judiciary Committee that he has "no reason to doubt" Roy Moore's accusers.
    The Alabama Republican running for Senate has been accused by five women of sexual misconduct and pursuing relationships with them when they were teenagers and he was in his 30s.
    An increasing number of top Republicans are expressing support for the accusers and demanding that Moore drop out of the race.
    Attorney General Jeff Sessions said Tuesday he has "no reason to doubt" the women who have come forward in recent days to accuse Roy Moore...
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  • The Latest: Sessions doesn't doubt women accusing Roy Moore

    The Latest: Sessions doesn't doubt women accusing Roy Moore

    10 days ago - By News OK

    WASHINGTON - The Latest on Roy Moore and the special election in Alabama for the U.S. Senate :
    11:35 a.m.
    Attorney General Jeff Sessions says he has "no reason to doubt" women who have accused Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore of sexual misconduct when they were minors.
    Sessions made the comment under questioning Tuesday by Texas Rep.
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  • Sessions says he has 'no reason to doubt' women who have accused Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore of sexual misconduct

    10 days ago - By News OK

    WASHINGTON - Sessions says he has 'no reason to doubt' women who have accused Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore of sexual misconduct.
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  • Jeff Sessions: I Have No Reason to Doubt Roy Moore's Accusers

    10 days ago - By FOX News

    During a hearing before the House Judiciary Committee, Attorney General Jeff Sessions was asked about the allegations facing Alabama Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore.
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  • Sessions: 'no reason to doubt' Roy Moore's accusers

    10 days ago - By Reuters

    WASHINGTON - U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions said on Tuesday he "has no reason to doubt" five women who have accused U.S. Senate candidate Roy Moore of sexual misconduct with them when they were in their teens.
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