Geraldo Rivera: Hannity's Roy Moore Interview Accidentally Ended the Alabama Judge's Career

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Republicans Thinking About Delaying Alabama Special Election

Advertisers began fleeing from Fox News' "Hannity" following the conservative host's much-criticized coverage of Alabama GOP Senate nominee Roy Moore's sexual misconduct allegations.

According to the Post, Leigh Corfman, now 53, said when she was 14, Mr. Moore took her into his house in the woods near Gadsden, Alabama, and sexually abused her.

Earlier Saturday, Moore defiantly insisted the allegations were false and voters in Alabama would "see through this charade". The three other women allege in the story that Moore pursued them when they were between 16 and 18 years old and he was in his 30s.

"I have to say, I think the accusations have more credibility than the denial", Toomey said. "I think that's a responsible way to approach this".

Judge Moore has responded saying the charges are all politically-motivated.

"Now, Roy, you've been doing some controversial stuff-wave a gun around on stage, tell folks Muslims shouldn't be allowed in Congress and that 9/11 was God's punishment for sodomy-I love it!" The Alabama Senate election is on December 12, a little more than 30 days away.

It's too late for Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore's name to be removed from the ballot, even if he wants to drop out.

Raddatz asked Kasich if he can imagine Democrats winning the Senate seat in Alabama, which was vacated by Republican Jeff Sessions when he became USA attorney general. "But, you know, everything in life can't be about you know who wins an election".

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