Moore: "Allegations Are Completely False"

Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore -- speaking exclusively with Sean Hannity and heard on Newsradio 105.5 WERC -- strongly denied  allegations of sexual misconduct from nearly 40 years ago.  "These allegations are completely false," Moore said.  "It hurts me personally because I'm a father.  I have one daughter.  I have five granddaughters.  And I have a special concern for the protection of young ladies.   This is really hard to get on radio and explain this.   These allegations are completely false."  Moore said he does not know Leigh Corfman, who claimed a sexual encounter with Moore in 1979, when she was 14 and Moore was 32.     Moore said it never happened.    Moore also addressed the cases of two other accusers: Debbie Wesson Gibson and Gloria Thacker Deason.  Gibson runs a company that has provided services to Democrats, including Hillary Clinton and Joe Biden.   Moore says he remembers their names—but does not remember anything inappropriate.    In a statement,   Moore said the Washington Post story is "based on a lie... supported by innuendo."


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