Moore began the interview by saying the allegations were "completely false and misleading." But he seemed to waver throughout the interview.Hannity went through the Post story and detailed the allegations of the four accusers.And that’s what they’re doing." Moore, up to this point, had vehemently denied the allegations.He insisted in the interview with Hannity that he the allegation that he sexually abused a 14-year-old was untrue, and that he never met the woman who made the allegation.He later pointed to The Post's story and said, "These two young girls actually said their mothers encouraged them to be friends with me." After a commercial break, Moore became more forceful in his denials of dating teenagers.He said doing so "would be out of my customary behavior" and that he "never" would have dated a teen without her mother's permission.
In that report, a woman claimed that Moore initiated a sexual encounter with her when she was 14 and he was 32.
ABC said it ordered 10 episodes of a spinoff called “The Conners” after Barr relinquished any creative or financial participation in it.
Roy Moore, the Republican Senate nominee in Alabama, gave a bizarre radio interview to Fox News personality Sean Hannity on Friday in which he said he "generally" did not remember dating teens as young as 16 when he was above the age of 30.
But he also said he did recall knowing two of the other women cited in the story: Debbie Wesson Gibson, who said Moore sought a romantic relationship with her when he was 34, and Gloria Thacker Deason, who said she was 18 when she started going out with the 32-year-old Moore, who bought her alcohol when she was either 18 or 19.
The legal drinking age in Alabama was 19 at the time.