RNC cuts ties with Roy Moore's fundraising agreement

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Here's a clip of Rep. Mo Brooks (R-AL) literally fleeing down the stairs to escape from ABC News' Tom Llamas' question about whether he believes Roy Moore's accusers. Why do you think I'm being harassed by media and by people pushing allegations in the last 28 days of the election?.

Asked again by ABC News' Tom Llamas Brooks repeats, "I believe that the Democrats will do great damage to our country on a myriad of issues". One woman said she was 14 years old when Moore initiated sexual contact with her.

However, Senator Mitch McConnell of Kentucky, the Majority Leader of Senate, declared: "I believe the women", reports The New York Times. And on Monday, a separate Alabama woman alleged Moore sexually assaulted her when she was a teenager, and described her experience at a news conference, represented by attorney Gloria Allred.

After running against Moore and finishing third in Alabama's Republican Senate primary, Brooks endorsed Moore in September, according to The Associated Press.

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It denied "any sexual misconduct with anyone" by Moore.

Moments before, Colbert displayed a photo of Moore speaking onstage with his arm outstretched and likened him to a "man demonstrating how tall you must be to date him".

Totaling the numbers, the three networks have focused on the Moore scandal 40 times more than Menendez's trial, which Newsbusters points out "is based on an actual federal prosecution, as opposed to a story in the Washington Post".

Moore is running for Attorney General Jeff Sessions' old Senate seat, now occupied by Sen.

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