Megyn Kelly: Donald Trump Is 'Tone Deaf' for Criticizing Al Franken


After Senator Al Franken became the latest of a series of high-profile Americans to face allegations of sexual misconduct, President Donald Trump lashed out at Franken's actions while ignoring his own misconduct and that of would-be Senator Roy Moore.

But at least four pastors on that letter, which apparently had been recycled from before the GOP primary and before the sexual assault allegations had come to light, say they hadn't given permission for their names to be used again.

After chastising Franken's initial efforts to downplay a photo that appears to show him groping radio personality Leeann Tweeden's breasts while she sleeps, Kelly also slammed Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore for joining the chorus criticizing Franken, noting that he has been accused of sexual misconduct by nine women.

Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey said she also has no reason to disbelieve the women and is bothered by their allegations.

"This was covered pretty extensively during the campaign".

"I believe in the Republican Party and what we stand for, and most important, we need to have a Republican in the United States Senate to vote on the things like Supreme Court justices, other appointments that the Senate has to confirm, and make major decisions".

Polls say Moore's support is slipping.

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Kayla Moore thanked backers for their support.

Moore has been accused by two women of initiating unwanted sexual encounters when he was in his 30s and they were 14 and 16.

"He will not step down", Kayla Moore said. "He will not stop fighting for the people of Alabama", Kayla Moore said at a "Women for Moore" rally. "And I do believe that the nominee of the party is the one I will vote for".

For the second day in a row, Moore supporters in his home state held a news conference.

Falvey, who runs an LGBT community center, said she was angered by the stories about Moore since he had fought to block gay marriage in the state.

She told supporters that Trump actually "owes us a thank you" for taking the media focus off investigations of possible collaboration between his presidential campaign and Russian Federation past year.

Asked about the allegations, Ivey responded, "I certainly have no reason to disbelieve any of them". Her cousin was a Republican governor. They also suggested that Trump was wary of wading into issues of sexual impropriety given the previous claims against him.

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