Following Roy Moore loss, Sean Hannity attempts to distance himself from Moore after defending him from sexual assault allegations

Following Roy Moore loss, Sean Hannity attempts to distance himself from Moore after defending him from sexual assault allegations

Hannity: "When I interviewed him, I was shocked by his answers as I've told you"

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From the December 13 edition of Premiere Radio Networks' The Sean Hannity Show:

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SEAN HANNITY (HOST): Anyway so it comes down to a runoff after they have the initial primary vote and it becomes Luther Strange versus Roy Moore. And most people in Alabama decided to go with -- they were sick and tired of the establishment pushing all this money into their state. And they ran a horrible campaign against Roy Moore. Roy Moore gets it. Roy Moore has not notoriously run, you know, runaway races in Alabama, and then all this other stuff came up. It's that simple, and when I look at who to blame the morning after, it's not Donald Trump. And Roy Moore has himself to blame in many ways, thought he ran a terrible campaign, then he had to deal with these allegations that upset many people. I always thought -- when I interviewed him, I was shocked by his answers as I've told you.

Previously:

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Elections
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Premiere Radio Networks
Person
Sean Hannity, Roy Moore
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The Sean Hannity Show
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