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Alabama U.S. Senate candidate again denies alleged sexual misconduct

By Reuters
12 November 2017   |   5:10 am
Former Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore, the Republican insurgent running for the U.S. Senate, on Saturday again flatly denied he had initiated a sexual encounter in 1979 with a 14-year-old girl, insisting the accusation was "fake news."

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