Trump records robocall for Roy Moore


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Alabama voters pick between Republican Roy Moore and Democrat Doug Jones on Tuesday.

Maine's Republican U.S. senator said on Sunday that Alabama politician Roy Moore was unfit to serve in the Senate even before sexual-misconduct allegations against him came to light.

"This is Donald Trump on trial in Alabama", Moore's campaign strategist Dean Young said on ABC News' "This Week".

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Moore, who is running against Democrat Doug Jones in a special election Tuesday to fill the Senate vacancy left by Attorney General Jeff Sessions, has been accused by several women of pursuing sexual relationships with them when they were teenagers, molesting a 14-year-old and sexually assaulting a 16-year-old when he was in his 30s. "If they can beat him, they can beat his agenda, because Judge Moore stands with Donald Trump and his agenda". She called the Republican National Committee's decision to support Moore in the Alabama race "a mistake".

"I said I did not know any of them women who have charged me with sexual allegation of molestation, and I did not know any of the women", he said. He has denied the allegations.

White House spokesman Raj Shah said Saturday that Trump has recorded the phone message on Moore's behalf.

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Alabama's Christian conservatives see Moore as their champion.

Alabama voters went strongly for Trump in last year's presidential election, favoring him by 62 percent to 34 percent over Democrat Hillary Clinton.

Republican Richard Shelby, the senior USA senator from Alabama, said on CNN's "State of the Union" that he did not vote for Moore and instead backed a write-in candidate.

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