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Alabama / Senate Race / Jones vs. Moore / Porter Interview #1119218

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Dec 28, 2017
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(Studio: John Berman; Montgomery, Alabama: Diane Gallagher) The refusal of Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore to concede his election loss to Doug Jones, whose win has now been certified, & his options for a vote recount discussed; Moore's statement about fraud & his denials of sexual allegations quoted..

(Studio: John Berman) Live contentious interview held with Moore spokeswoman Diane Porter. [From Cleveland, PORTER - offers views on Moore's options, the 84 pages of evidence about election fraud, defends their election experts John Condit & three others, how Alabama secretary of state John Merrill ignored the evidence, the destruction of election evidence, Moore's polygraph test about the accusing women.] Other material: [In Nov. 10, Fox interview, voice of MOORE - says he remembers two young ladies, Debbie Wesson & Gloria Thacker....]

Reporter(s):
Berman, John;
Gallagher, Diane
Duration:
00:17:00

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