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"If they ask us for things, we're going to try to help them, but it's an Alabama race, and the Jones campaign is running it on its own," said Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer of New York.
The Jones campaign released a statement Monday saying: "We applaud the courage of these women.
He assured supporters Sunday night at a Huntsville, Alabama, gym that the Post article was "fake news" and "a desperate attempt to stop my political campaign." He said allegations that he was involved with a minor are "untrue" and the newspaper "will be sued." The former judge also questioned why such allegations would be levelled for the first time so close to the special election in spite of his decades in public life.
Democrats in Washington seemed content to keep their distance from their Jones.
12 special election that has swung from an assured GOP victory to one that Democrats could conceivably swipe.
Moore abruptly called a news conference in Gallant, Alabama, after a tearful Beverly Young Nelson's detailed the new allegations to reporters in New York. He signalled he has no intention of ending his candidacy, calling the latest charges a "political manoeuvr" and launching a fundraising appeal to "God-fearing conservatives" to counter his abandonment by Washington Republicans.
Moore has called the allegations "completely false and misleading," but in an interview last week he did not unequivocally rule out dating teenage girls when he was in his early 30s.
Asked by conservative radio host Sean Hannity if that would have been usual for him, Moore said, "It would have been out of my customary behaviour." Mc Connell, speaking Monday at an event in Louisville, Kentucky, said Moore "should step aside" and acknowledged that a write-in effort by another candidate was possible.
Moore strongly denied it, even as his own party's leaders intensified their efforts to push him out of the race.No, said Moore, the Kentucky senator is the one who should get out. Nelson's news conference came after that exchange and injected a new, sensational accusation in the story.Cory Gardner of Colorado, who heads the Senate GOP's campaign organization, said not only should Moore step aside but if he should win "the Senate should vote to expel him because he does not meet the ethical and moral requirements of the United States Senate." Moore, an outspoken Christian conservative and former state Supreme Court judge, fired back at Mc Connell on Twitter. She said Moore was a regular customer at the restaurant where she worked after school in Gadsden, Alabama."The person who should step aside is ΓåòSenate Maj Ldr Mitch Mc Connell. One night when she was 16, Moore offered to drive her home, she said, but instead parked behind the restaurant and touched her breasts and locked the door to keep her inside.She said he squeezed her neck while trying to push her head toward his crotch and tried to pull her shirt off.