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CNN Evening News for Friday, Nov 10, 2017
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The response of Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore to charges he assaulted/dated teenage girls 30 to 40 years ago introduced; state representative Ed Henry quoted. [On Fox, voice of MOORE - calls the allegations false; denies remembering dating younger girls in his 30s.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live contentious interview held with Henry about Moore, crimes & victims. [From Birmingham, HENRY - offers views on how the people who had been long silent meant they were part of the crime; clarifies his statements about those women not coming forward until just before the Senate election; asserts he does not believe them & that Moore is the victim in this instance: a political hack job; lists the groups on both sides who hate Roy Moore, so just before the election...: they are being used in a political process to suppress voters; comments on the women's recollections.]

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson
Duration:
00:17:30

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