White House official: Trump won't campaign for Roy Moore

White House official: Trump won't campaign for Roy Moore

White House official: Trump won't campaign for Roy Moore

President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump return to the White House Sunday after a spending five days in Florida.

Trump's decision to stick with Alabama Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore despite sexual harassment allegations against him is rooted in the President's own sexual harassment scandal during the 2016 election.

White House spokeswoman Lindsay Walters told The Hill that "there is nothing on [Trump's] schedule at this time" as far as campaign stops for Moore.

Unlike many party leaders, Trump did not call for Moore to exit the race, and defended the embattled candidate on Twitter, arguing that Democrat Doug Jones would be a "disaster". Trump also made public statements in which he raised doubts about the accounts of women who have accused Moore of sexual misconduct decades ago, when they were teenagers and he was in his 30s. One woman alleged Moore molested her when she was just 14.

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Republicans, including Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell of Kentucky and House Speaker Paul Ryan of Wisconsin, have called on Moore to withdraw from the race.

The race between Moore and Jones will be decided December 12.

Jones, a former federal prosecutor, said he would be an independent voice in the U.S. Senate, similarly to his political mentor, the late U.S. Sen.

"I think you can flip this thing".

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