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Hannity: Moore answered my questions

The Hill logo The Hill 11/16/2017 Mallory Shelbourne
Hannity giving away hundreds of Keurig machines © Provided by The Hill Hannity giving away hundreds of Keurig machines Fox News host Sean Hannity said Wednesday night that Alabama Republican Senate nominee Roy Moore answered the questions he posed to him the previous night about the sexual misconduct allegations he is facing.

"Now we demanded, rightly, answers form Judge Moore," Hannity said on his show. "He provided them to the specific questions we asked."

Hannity on Tuesday said he would give Moore "24 hours" to provide evidence that he did not engage in sexual misconduct with teenage girls, or he should step aside from the race.

Moore then penned an open letter to Hannity on Wednesday, in which he denied several of the allegations against him and argued they are politically charged.

Hannity during his Wednesday night show said "we got the answers" and that he trusts the Alabama voters to "make the best decision for their state" once they have all the facts.

"And I am very confident that when everything comes out, they will make the best decision for their state," Hannity said.

"It shouldn't be decided by me, by people on television, by Mitch McConnell, Washington, talk show hosts, news people," he added, referencing Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.), who has said he believes Moore's accusers and that the former judge should "step aside."


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