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Alabama / Moore / Sex Charges / Reporter Interview / A Discussion #1117872

CNN Evening News for Friday, Nov 10, 2017
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Gadsden, Alabama: Martin Savidge) The response of Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore to charges he assaulted/dated teenage girls 30 to 40 years ago, how Moore has dealt with a lot of controversies, but this is personal, what his supporters & conservatives are saying about the Moore story & its timing just before the vote, why Leign Corfman did not come forward until now discussed. [Moore supporter Alphonso BRADFORD†- offer views on Moore.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) What state auditor Jim Ziegler said about the Bible, marriage & Joseph & Mary quoted. [In interview, WALA reporter Kati WEIS†- recounts what Ziegler told her about older men marrying younger women; explains the mixed bag of reactions in Alabama.] [Voice of ZIEGLER - says the allegations happened 37 years ago: they are painting a negative picture & the allegations are not correct.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) A tweet from Father James Martin about Ziegler's biblical references quoted.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Jack Kingston, Republican Amanda Carpenter, Democrat Maria Cardona & "The Voice of Alabama Politics" author Bill Britt† about the Moore story. [CARDONA, CARPENTER, KINGSTON, BRITT - offer views on the impact of the Moore story on Alabama politics, on Moore's defensive response in the media that call for follow-up questions, how Moore has to stay in the race & what his options are, a filtered view of what is happening in Alabama, how political the story is.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Savidge, Martin

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