A former USA senator from Oklahoma and endorser of controversial Senate candidate Roy Moore says he's concerned that the Alabama Republican is being unfairly tried in the court of public opinion.
But this growing criticism has yet to sweep over key Republicans in Alabama.
"The good people of Alabama, not the Washington elite who wallow in the swamp, will decide this election!"
Republican officials in Alabama continued to express skepticism about the accusations made against Moore, saying that they are still waiting for the evidence to back up the allegations.
The 70-year-old, who is running for the Senate seat Sessions vacated when he joined President Donald Trump's administration, has denied the allegations and has suggested that establishment Republicans are working in tandem with news media to discredit him.
"These attacks said I was with a minor child and are false and untrue - and for which they will be sued", Moore said Sunday night during a campaign speech in Huntsville, Alabama.
Others in the state said there is little that can be done, as the December 12 election to fill the seat vacated by Sessions approaches. "It's too damn late".
Mr. McConnell told reporters at the Capitol Tuesday that Mr. Moore was "obviously not fit to be in the United States Senate".
The National Republican Senatorial Committee was the first to drop itself from the agreement, which benefits Moore's campaign, ending its participation last Friday, according to FEC filings.
U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions, the nation's top law-enforcement officer, said in testimony before Congress that he has no reason to doubt five women who have accused Moore of misconduct when they were in their teens.
Now, the Alabama Republican Party is the only other GOP entity that is participating in Moore's fundraising efforts.
He stated recently that the Senate should expel Mr. Moore should he win the seat.
Pick an angel and drop off their gift by December 6 and the Salvation Army will deliver it to the child by Christmas. The Salvation Army says donation kettles with bell ringers raise around $30 per hour in donations.
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The trio remains in China, even as the rest of the UCLA men's basketball team traveled back to the United States on Saturday. The elder Ball played one season in Westwood and left early for the National Basketball Association draft.
But Maxwell lasted only one season in Philadelphia, shipped off to Miami along with Kiko Alonso in what amounted to salary dumps. The 29-year-old has gone through a workout with Seattle on Monday morning prior to re-signing with the team.
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The Bank of England says they are also an improvement on the previous version in terms of security and durability. The old £10 note will cease to be legal tender from 1 March 2018, the Bank of England has confirmed.
It calls on Saudi Arabia to not target school, hospitals or other targets on its no-strike list and to broadly improve targeting. Saudi officials say the missile was supplied by Iran , and enforced the blockade as retaliation.
Israeli officials are giving a lukewarm reaction to an global agreement laying out principles for post-war Syria. Netanyahu said he told Washington and Moscow Monday that Israel will act according to its "security needs".
Diamondbacks' Torey Lovullo wins NL Manager of the Year
Molitor won the AL version of the award for leading the Twins to a wild-card berth this year after they lost 103 games in 2016. Molitor, who was elected to the Hall of Fame as a player in 2004, is the second Hall of Famer to be named Manager of the Year.