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Alabama / Moore / Sex Charges / Politics / A Discussion #1118073

CNN Evening News for Monday, Nov 20, 2017
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(Studio: John Berman) What Trump adviser Kellyanne Conway said about Roy Moore running for the Senate in Alabama despite sexual misconduct stories introduced; details given about the administration's positions on Moore. [On Fox, CONWAY - says we need votes in the Senate for the tax bill; criticizes Senator Al Franken & Bob Menendez & Alabama's Doug Jones.] The various accusations against Moore reviewed. [On Fox, last Thursday, CONWAY - says no Senate seat is worth a child.] [Later, repeatedly, White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee SANDERS - says let Alabama decide.] [Sept. 22, President TRUMP - backs Luther Strange for the Senate; adds if Moore wins, he will campaign for him.]

(Studio: John Berman) Live discussion held with CNN's Trump supporter Stephen Moore, "Washington Post" reporter Philip Bump & Republican Amanda Carpenter about the politics of Moore; photos shown of Republican senators wanting Moore to withdraw. [CARPENTER, MOORE, BUMP - offer views on Moore & the Alabama vote in this election, how Trump won't take a position on Moore, but wants the tax cuts passed, the issue of allegations against Franken, Trump & Moore: the scenarios for an option in Alabama to Moore.] Other material: Trump shown not responding to questions about Moore.

Berman, John

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