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13 November 2017, 12:26 | Darnell Patrick
SNL's Sessions: Roy Moore a Little 'Too Alabama'
Almost 40 percent of Alabama evangelicals say in a new poll that they are more likely to vote for GOP Senate candidate Roy Moore after allegations of sexual misconduct arose against him.
Sen. Pat Toomey, Republican of Pennsylvania, suggested on NBC's "Meet the Press" on Sunday that there could be a write-in campaign for odd because it's too late to remove Moore's name from the ballot. I think they have a political agenda, ' he said. Weekend Update also covered the allegations against Moore, with host Colin Jost joking that Moore "looks a guy who shows up at Westworld and says, 'Hey, can someone show me where the middle school is?'"
'In the next few days there will be revelations about the motivation and the content of this article, ' Moore said during a Birmingham campaign rally on Saturday.
Toomey didn't rule out the possibility that Senate Republicans might work to unseat Moore if he wins the special election against Democrat Doug Jones on December 12.
Moore, 70, vehemently denies the allegations, saying that he believes the timing of the accusations are aimed at undermining his candidacy. Kate McKinnon as Jeff Sessions!
Despite pressure from top Republicans to drop out of the race following the allegations, Moore has pledged to stay in the race and disprove the accusations.
Saturday Night Live didn't waste any time bashing Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore!
Both Senate majority Leader Mitch McConnel and House Speaker Paul Ryan have called for Moore to step aside in the Senate election race if the allegations are true, and several GOP senators have withdrawn their backing for Moore.
"Look, I'm sorry, but even before these reports surfaced, Roy Moore's nomination was a bridge too far", Sen.
Hope Yen and Kevin Freking are Associated Press writers.
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