Roy Moore continued over the weekend to defend himself against allegations of inappropriate contact decades ago with teenage girls. Moore, twice forced off the Alabama Supreme Court over unrelated issues, is running as a Republican in a special election for the U.S. Senate against Democratic challenger Doug Jones.
Roy Moore continued over the weekend to defend himself against allegations of inappropriate contact decades ago with teenage girls. Moore, twice forced off the Alabama Supreme Court over unrelated issues, is running as a Republican in a special election for the U.S. Senate against Democratic challenger Doug Jones. Associated Press File
Roy Moore continued over the weekend to defend himself against allegations of inappropriate contact decades ago with teenage girls. Moore, twice forced off the Alabama Supreme Court over unrelated issues, is running as a Republican in a special election for the U.S. Senate against Democratic challenger Doug Jones. Associated Press File

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