For weeks, the media has waited to hear from President Trump about the sexual misconduct allegations made against Alabama Senate Candidate Roy Moore, and today they finally got their wish.
In front of a pool of reporters in Washington D.C., Trump told reporters that Moore “totally denies” these allegations and that “we don’t need a liberal Democrat” in the U.S. Senate, referring to Democrat Doug Jones.
Although they shouted questions at him like little children, he handled answered all of their questions like a boss, not giving into any of their antics.
“He gives a total denial. I do have to say 40 years is a long time. He’s run eight races and this has never come up,” Trump added.
Another reporter asked Trump about his message to women during this “pivotal” time in our country, with several prominent figures facing allegations of sexual misconduct.
Trump responded by reminding the liberal reporter that Moore completely denies these accusations.
“Women are very special. … I’m very happy a lot of these things are coming out,” said Trump, who also said that Al Franken and Rep. John Conyers need to “speak for themselves”.