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Senate Majority Leader Mitch Mc Connell called on Roy Moore to step aside from the race Monday, but it doesn’t appear as if he will.
Roy Moore is using the Republican leader’s words in a campaign fundraising email, according to Buzz Feed News.
pic.twitter.com/f KXzu Sm IK5— andrew kaczynski_ (@KFILE) November 13, 2017“Roy Moore's wife Kayla writes on Facebook the campaign is gathering evidence the Moore accusers were paid to come forward — which will part of their lawsuit,” he wrote in a subsequent tweet.
Roy Moore was previously chief justice for the Alabama Supreme Court and was an assistant district attorney for Etowah County in northern Alabama when the alleged encounters took place.
He married her, and they’ve been married about 35 years.
They’re blessed with a wonderful marriage and his wife Kayla is 14 years younger than Moore,” said Ziegler to the Washington Examiner.
Roy Moore’s campaign sent out an email Monday titled “Mitch Mc Connell's plot to destroy me.”Roy Moore still had his defenders, however.
The 14-year age gap between the couple was a fact that Alabama State Auditor Jim Ziegler used to defend Roy Moore against the allegations.“He dated her.
I was determined that I was not going to allow him to force me to have sex with him. Original story: Republican Senate Candidate Roy Moore was accused of pursuing relationships with teenagers and having a sexual encounter with a 14-year-old while he was 32 in an investigation by the Washington Post last week.The other women said that their encounters with Roy Moore did not progress past kissing. She worked as his secretary when he was in private practice. Together the couple has four children and five grandchildren.Kayla Moore is the president of Foundation for Moral Law, a non-profit group Roy Moore started in 2002 to “protect the Constitution and protect the heritage of our country.” Both Kayla and Roy Moore have denied the allegations against the Senate hopeful.“I was shocked that [the Washington Post] would come up with something so outrageous,” said Kayla Moore in an interview with alt-right site Breitbart News.Roy Moore’s wife Kayla Moore is now writing on Facebook that the Washington Post offered money for accusers to come forward, according to CNN’s Andrew Kaczynski.“Meanwhile on Facebook, Moore's wife Kayla, president of his Christian non-profit, has been going from group to group posting the clearly fake allegation [the Washington Post] offered women 1000$ to come forward,” Kaczynski tweeted Monday.Meanwhile on Facebook, Moore's wife Kayla, president of his Christian non-profit, has been going from group to group posting the clearly fake allegation Wa Po offered women 1000$ to come forward.— andrew kaczynski_ (@KFILE) November 13, 2017Roy Moore's wife Kayla writes on Facebook the campaign is gathering evidence the Moore accusers were paid to come forward - which will part of their lawsuit.