Alabama Republican Congressman Runs Away From Questions About Roy Moore's Accusers

Senators Ted Cruz and John Cornyn Rex Features via AP Images

Senators Ted Cruz and John Cornyn Rex Features via AP Images

On the same afternoon that the Republican National Committee stopped funding Senate candidate Roy Moore's campaign, and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said Moore would be expelled from Congress if elected, Rep. Mo Brooks risked his life to defend the accused child molester.

In the video released on Tuesday evening, ABC News correspondent Tom Llamas is seen briskly walking down a flight of stairs, closely behind Representative Mo Brooks of Alabama.

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"Do you believe Roy Moore over the women?" the reporter asked.

I believe the women, yes. "Because that is way too old for Roy Moore". Llamas pressed, all while continuing to chase after the congressman from Huntsville, Alabama. "I do not know enough of the evidence to know with confidence what the true facts are".

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For almost a week, Alabama senate-nominee Roy Moore's sexual assault scandal has gripped the Republican Party, dividing top lawmakers amid the fierce public backlash. As of Monday, Brooks stood by Moore, telling, "America faces huge challenges that are vastly more important than contested sexual allegations from four decades ago".

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