“Why do Republicans only believe the women accusing Roy Moore, but not the women who accused Donald Trump? Republicans have no legitimate answer, and so instead claim they are “Only talking about Roy Moore right now,” pivoting to “But Bill Clinton” and fleeing.” MORE
“Famed columnist Michael Wolff gained extraordinary access to the Trump White Houseto write a new book, and now everyone on Pennsylvania Avenue is alarmed about what he might publish.
The best-selling author spent months inside Trump’s West Wing, documenting the heated conversations and internal strife that has plagued President Donald Trump’s first year in office. Axios reported that Wolff was often unsupervised as he witnessed first hand the instability and crumbling power structures. The new book, “Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House,” will be published in January.” MORE
Attorney General Jeff Sessions tried Tuesday to distance himself from new accounts of contacts between Donald Trump’s aides and Russia-linked people last year, saying he had never lied about his own role but simply had little recollection of discussions on the topic.
Sessions told the House Judiciary Committee he hadn’t remembered one meeting with a Trump adviser trying to broker high-level talks with Russia until he saw media reports about it, and he said he still couldn’t recall a conversation about another adviser’s planned trip to Moscow.” MORE
“Fox News host Sean Hannity called for Roy Moore, the Republican candidate running for Alabama’s open Senate seat, to withdraw from the race if he cannot clear up allegations that he sexually abused teenage girls when he was in his 30s.
The change in Hannity’s tune comes after several companies pulled their advertisements from his Fox News program and radio show over his coverage of the allegations of four women published in The Washington Post last week. On Sunday, a fifth woman came forward to say Moore sexually assaulted her when she was 16 and he was in his 30s.” MORE