Alabama's three largest newspapers, The Birmingham News, Mobile Press-Register and The Huntsville Times, ran a front-page editorial with the headline "Stand for Decency, Reject Roy Moore".
He even mocked Moore for parading across the stage in a cowboy hat while brandishing a small revolver after his primary win. He denies the claims.
The Republican National Committee has recommitted money and resources to Alabama's special election on December 12, after President Trump tweeted his support for Senate candidate Roy Moore.
"You hid behind your religion", he said.
Alabama voters cannot be blind to the fact that next week's Senate race is being viewed as a litmus test in the current environment of sexual harassments complaints against prominent individuals, . AL.com reported that his daughter-in-law, Lara Trump, sent robocalls inviting Alabama voters to the event.
After playing a clip of accusers Wallace continued, "Those were the women who have accused Judge Roy Moore, Democratic Congressman John Conyers, Democratic Senator Al Franken, and President Donald Trump". The far more relevant framing is "Trump Backs Alabama Senate Candidate Accused of Sexual Abuse".
Mr Flake posted a photo of a personal cheque for $100 (£75) on Twitter. "Amid an outpouring of misconduct allegations, Moore's campaign has clearly set the standard that details are important and should be vetted rigorously", the reporters wrote. "It's really up to them".More news: Franken To Make Announcement Thursday, Senators Call For Resignation
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The party establishment, which never liked Mr Moore and despised Mr Bannon and his efforts to unseat Republican Senate incumbents, would hang Mr Moore's scandal around the former White House adviser's neck and sink him to the bottom. And my point is Al Franken may or may not survive.
Senate Republicans have softened their rhetoric toward embattled GOP Senate candidate Roy Moore. Although the polls have showed a narrowing contest with Democrat Doug Jones, Alabama is a strongly Republican state and Democrats generally have little hope there.
However Bannon's former boss, President Donald Trump, has also faced questions over his war record.
Duke alumni in the Senate have had different reactions to the allegations.
Trump's longtime personal physician, Dr Harold Bornstein, made no mention of the heel spurs when he gave Trump a clean bill of health when the reality TV star and property developer announced his candidacy.
Just when he needed an ego massage, Roy Moore - who once accidentally stabbed himself with a murder weapon while prosecuting a case in an Alabama courtroom - is the new tip of the spear for the Republican party. Hatch said Romney "has sought every opportunity" to serve the country. The official spoke on condition of anonymity because the official was not authorised to discuss the transfers by name.