The U.S. Senate candidate's religious supporters from across the country targeted accusers, the media and establishment politicians.
House Speaker Paul Ryan said the allegations against U.S. Senate candidate Roy Moore "are credible" and that he should exit the race in Alabama.
A White House official said Moore has proof of his innocence and should get a chance to defend himself.
Senate Republicans just took a major step in distancing themselves from Moore and withdrew the support of the NRSC.
A Washington Post report says Moore pursued multiple teens when he was in his 30s.
The runoff will be Sept. 26. The special election to fill Jeff Sessions' Senate seat will be Dec. 12.
Jeff Sessions' future as attorney general is a little uncertain, but he could have a backup job waiting for him.