- The wife of the embattled Senate candidate Roy Moore responded to claims of anti-Semitism during an election-eve rally on Monday night.
- Kayla Moore insisted that neither she nor her husband were against Jews, using the fact one of the couple’s lawyers was Jewish as evidence.
- The special election for the open Senate seat in Alabama is set for Tuesday after garnering international attention because of multiple accusations of sexual misconduct against Roy Moore.
Kayla Moore, the wife of the embattled Senate candidate Roy Moore, responded to allegations of anti-Semitism during a final campaign rally on Monday night.
“Fake news would tell you that we don’t care for Jews. One of our attorneys is a Jew,” the candidate’s wife said. Also addressing her husband’s wistful remarks about the era of slavery in the US, Moore said, “We have many friends who are black.”
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