Moore has been accused of sexual assault and harassment by at least five women, including two who claim the incidents took place when they were minors. If you look at what is really going on and you look at all the things that have happened over the past 48 hours, he totally denies it. He says it didn't happen.
It's a rationale not unlike the one used by some uneasy Republicans previous year to justify voting for Mr Trump following the Access Hollywood tape revelations and allegations that he had harassed or assaulted more than a dozen women.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and House Speaker Paul Ryan, both Republicans, have called on Mr Moore to leave the race in light of the accusations.
Donald Trump would not win the presidential election if it were held today because of the numerous sexual allegations against him and the "Me Too" movement that has swept the country in recent weeks, Democratic Congresswoman Jackie Speier said Sunday.
Speaking to reporters Tuesday, the president said that Moore's words and denials should also be listened to, as Moore "totally denies it". "It's bad on crime, it's awful on the border, it's bad on the military", he added.
But what he said is only likely to add to his party's growing problems in the race.
Trump said he did not want Jones to win. That's all I can say, he denies it.
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Trump's defense of Moore stands in stark contrast to the approach taken by Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and a number of other Republican senators, who have said that they can not support Moore's candidacy and that he should withdraw from the race. Luther Strange (R-AL). Bannon endorsed and campaigned for Moore, who ended up thumping Strange.
She said she had considered confronting Moore twice before, but did not do it, once because her school-age children were afraid that "they would be castigated in their group".
"Doug Jones in Alabama, folks, don't be fooled", Conway said.
Still, Sanders and other White House officials have highlighted the fact that Trump has not campaigned with Moore.
I mean, Roy Moore denies it.
"We believe Judge Moore", Moore campaign strategist Dean Young said. It's the first direct assault by the Jones camp against Moore on the allegations.
Ben DuPré, who identified himself as a longtime Moore ally, said the former judge is "above reproach".