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Moore: No debate if it includes a moderator

14 Septembre 2017

Earlier Wednesday, Moore said he would only have a debate with odd styled after the Lincoln-Douglas debates of the 1850s, with the two candidates going back and forth on the issues without a moderator.

Despite all this, Moore was insistent that he wanted to debate odd, but only on his terms. Another debate is scheduled on Friday, September 22 at 7:00 p.m. CST and is hosted by AARP and Raycom Media pending no refusal from the Moore campaign. He said President Donald Trump "has endorsed Luther Strange and he continues to stand by that endorsement". Odd campaign spokesman Cameron Foster said in a statement.

The men who want to be Alabama's next senator in Washington agree to a debate, but only if specific conditions are met.

Recently ousted White House aide Steve Bannon is, according to Politico, "plotting primaries against slate of GOP incumbents" and "is firing his opening shot in the Alabama Senate special election" primary, backing Roy Moore over the incumbent Sen. I propose a public debate, mano a mano, no tricks, no moderators, no questions from the press.

The two Republicans running for Attorney General Jeff Sessions' former U.S. Senate seat traded accusations after Moore withdrew from a debate hosted by a conservative think tank, the Alabama Policy Institute.

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"It is extremely telling - and frankly, a little embarrassing - when any candidate demands a "no questions from the press" debate", Foster said.

Moore laid out those demands earlier in the afternoon in Birmingham. But the campaign also strongly encouraged Moore to also participate in a moderated debate with Raycom Media that is in the planning stages.

The two had originally agreed to appear at a debate sponsored in part by the Alabama Policy Institute (API) on September 21. Alabama Sen. Luther Strange on Tuesday, Aug. 29, launched his first salvo against challenger Roy Moore in the contentious Senate race, calling Moore a hypocrite "who has spent 40 years putting himself and his ambition ahead of Alabamians".

Sen. Strange has agreed to participate in the September 22 debate. This political maneuvering needs to stop so we can give the voters the information they need to make an informed vote on September 26.

Moore: No debate if it includes a moderator