Roy Moore's loss in Alabama sparks finger-pointing in the White House at McConnell an

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Roy Moore's loss in Alabama sparks finger-pointing in the White House at McConnell and Bannon - ABC News
By Katherine Faulders, JOHN SANTUCCI and Jonathan Karl

"The official also said that the loss exposes a vulnerability for Republicans and the White House going into the midterm elections."
"But other Trump aides have said privately the loss for Moore -- whom Trump recently endorsed and campaigned for -- is mostly an indictment of Bannon and his political philosophy."
"According to exit poll data compiled by ABC News, 51 percent thought the allegations against Moore were probably or definitely true. Of those who believed Moore's accusers, 90 percent backed Jones."




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The exit poll data tells the story right there! Little more needs to be said about why Jones won.
 
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Roy Moore was a seriously flawed candidate, even prior to the sexual assault allegations. I'm not fooling myself into believing that a slightly less flawed Republican candidate wouldn't have handily won the election. It's still Alabama. Of course, the Republicans have no one to blame but themselves for electing such a flawed candidate.