Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore denied allegations of sexual misconduct and blamed it on political opponents during a rally in northeast Alabama Monday night. “This is simply dirty politics, and it’s a sign of the immorality of our time,” Moore told supporters in Henagar. Moore said he is opposed by both Democrats and Republicans in the Washington establishment, because he is independent. The rally came hours after the White House Press Secretary, Sarah Huckabee Sanders, said President Trump was unlikely to campaign in Alabama, because of his schedule. But she said Mr. Trump could be expected to continue speaking out, and tweeting, about the race. On Sunday, the president took to Twitter to blast Democrat Doug Jones as a liberal who would be a "disaster" on key issues, such as crime, the border, and the Second Amendment. Jones, who appears to be following a strategy of avoiding any criticism of the president in a state where he is broadly popular, declined to respond Monday.