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Kellyanne Conway, counselor to President Donald Trump, was asked on "America's Newsroom" about Trump's silence on the allegations against Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore.

Moore has been accused of sexual misconduct, including pursuing relationships with teenage women while he was in his 30s. One accuser said she was 14 years old when Moore initiated sexual contact with her.

Critics have pointed out that Trump blasted Sen. Al Franken (D-Minn.) Thursday night after a woman said Franken groped and kissed her without her consent, but he has largely remained silent on the Moore allegations.

"We haven’t heard a lot from the president," host Sandra Smith said to Conway. "He is tweeting on Al Franken. He was asked about Roy Moore yesterday and he did not respond.”

“Al Franken was a new news story yesterday, and the president weighs in as he does on the news of the day,” Conway said. “The Roy Moore story is eight days old, and the president put out a statement on his Asia trip on that. And since then, our press secretary has spoken on behalf of the president by saying that he believes the people of Alabama will sort out what to do with Roy Moore and with that election.”

In the latest Fox News poll, Moore is polling eight points behind Democratic candidate Doug Jones in the special election to fill the seat previously occupied by Attorney General Jeff Sessions. Alabama voters head to the polls on December 12.

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