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Sexual Misconduct / Moore, Franken #1118045

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Nov 19, 2017
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(Studio: Tom Llamas) Report introduced.

(Birmingham: Marcus Moore) The status of the sexual misconduct cases against Alabama Senate nominee Roy Moore & Senator Al Franken updated; details given about newspaper endorsements for Moore's opponent Doug Jones & the accusations from Leeann Tweeden against Franken. [In Alabama, Repairers of the Breach, president Dr. William BARBER†- speaks out against Moore.] [Nov. 16, MOORE - denies charges.] [Alabama MAN - supports the woman's charges.] [On "This Week," White House director of legislative affairs Marc SHORT†- comments on President Trump's position on Moore.] Trump tweet critical of Franken quoted. The money brought into Moore's campaign discussed.

Llamas, Tom;
Moore, Marcus

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