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On Saturday, Trump deflected questions about whether Moore should drop out of the race.
The Republican president, who's in Asia, said he's been too busy reading documents and hasn't had time to catch up on television news coverage about Moore.
Moore, an outspoken Christian conservative and former state Supreme Court judge, attacked a Washington Post report that he had sexual contact with a 14-year-old girl and pursued three other teenagers decades earlier as "completely false and misleading." In an interview Friday with conservative radio host Sean Hannity, Moore, now 70, did not wholly rule out dating teenage girls when he was in his early 30s.
Asked if that would have been usual for him, Moore said, "Not generally, no." He added: "I don't remember ever dating any girl without the permission of her mother." As for the encounter with 14-year-old Leigh Corfman, as described by Corfman in Thursday's Post article, he said, "It never happened." The story has produced a wave of concern among anxious GOP officials in Washington but little more than a collective shrug from many Republicans in Alabama, which holds a special election on Dec.
He declared that an “honest” medical doctor would admit that that form of penetration is unhealthy.
Jamaican law states that only a woman can be raped – an offence that carries a penalty of up to life imprisonment. One attorney states that if a male is child is raped, under the law it is not classified as rape, so therefore, no one under the law has committed the act of rape against him.
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This UN proposal is rejected by the both the Jamaica Coalition for a Healthy Society (JCHS) and the Associated Gospel Assembles (AGA).
Virtually the entire Republican establishment -- including Trump -- opposed Moore's primary bid in September.Those familiar with recent polling of the Alabama race suggest it was always going to be close despite the state's strong Republican leanings -- largely because of Moore's controversial past.