I draw an important distinction between those who might go to work as a Senate aide for Moore and those who are serving in the Trump administration.
"If he wins the election we should recognize him as a sitting senator", Hatch said, adding, "Frankly if he gets elected, that will settle an awful lot of the questions", when asked about whether Moore should face an ethics investigation. The far more relevant framing is "Trump Backs Alabama Senate Candidate Accused of Sexual Abuse".
"By the way, Mitt, while we're on the subject of honor and integrity, you avoided service, brother", said Bannon, according to CNN.
As for the allegations against the former judge, Trump has indicated he's satisfied with his subsequent denials.
Porter proceeded to attempt to cast doubt on the allegations, which include claims that he molested a 14-year-old and sexually assaulted a 16-year-old in the late 1970s when he was in his 30s.
- But Kayla filed for divorce on December 28, 1984, per divorce records, and the divorce was not finalized until four months later, on April 19, 1985.
Deep in this nation's Bible Belt, voters must decide if the Scriptural admonition about ruining the innocence of a child is relevant in next week's special election for a U.S. Senate seat.
I have lived my entire (((Jewish))) life (don't forget, the GOP is also the Party of Nazi sympathizers) listening to the Republican Party lecture me about how not adhering to their version of Christianity made me a sinner, and any endorsement of modernity would surely send me to hell. "It is not consistent with what someone does if they are telling the truth". Many online are questioning the church's ability to still receive tax exemptions since they have now endorsed a candidate.
Trump's longtime personal physician, Dr Harold Bornstein, made no mention of the heel spurs when he gave Trump a clean bill of health when the reality TV star and property developer announced his candidacy.
The Republican National Committee had transferred $50,000 to the Alabama Republican Party in support of Moore, an RNC official said on Tuesday.
The contradicting details that triggered the Washington Examiner to contact Moore's campaign have been described by Moore's spokesman as "really scraping the bottom of the barrel". You see, to some Republicans, it's OK to molest a child so long as that molester identifies with the gender they were born as, but the moment that someone begins to think they may be different, then it's apparently disqualifying to molest children. The Republican National Committee, which had cut off financial support to Mr Moore, has reopened the spigots. Perhaps editors assumed readers were intimate with the allegations against Moore, that the antecedent was obvious.
"The probability that all nine ladies are lying is highly unlikely".