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Report: White House Looking at Last-Minute Push for Roy Moore

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By    |   Wednesday, 29 November 2017 07:35 AM

Although President Donald Trump is not planning a trip to Alabama, the White House is considering making an 11th-hour push for Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore, Politico is reporting.

The plan under consideration would look to activate Trump's supporters on behalf of Moore, the website said. Officials are looking at massive robocalls in Alabama, emails and text messages in support of Moore, according to Politico.

America First Action, an administration-sanctioned super PAC is conducting a poll to gauge the effectiveness of the possible barrage.

During the presidential race, Trump's campaign was able to collect email addresses for supporters who attended his rallies, the website reported. The list could be put to use on behalf of Moore, Politico said.

No final decision has been made to follow through with the plan to boost Moore, the website noted.

Moore has been battling allegations that he sexually pursued teenage girls when he was in his 30s. He is facing Democrat Doug Jones in the Dec. 12 election.

Trump has downplayed the allegations against Moore, CNN noted.

"He denies it," Trump said of the candidate. "Look, he denies it. He totally denies it. He says it didn't happen. And look, you have to look at him also."

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Although President Donald Trump is not planning a trip to Alabama, the White House is considering making an 11th-hour push for Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore, Politico is reporting.
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