Trump was annoyed by his daughter's comments and said to Oval Office aides, "Can you believe this?" according to The New York Times.
Republican candidate for U.S. Senate Judge Roy Moore listens to a question during a news conference with supporters and faith leaders, November 16, 2017 in Birmingham, Alabama.
The president also told DailyMail.com amid a scrum of cameras that he isn't ready to announce whether he'll campaign for Moore as the December 12 special election looms.
While Trump has not officially sided with Moore, he noted that Moore has denied the accusations of sexual misconduct against teens.
Moore denies all the allegations brought against him and denounced them as being part of a liberal smear campaign by the "Obama-Clinton Machine", though his story has shown some inconsistencies. Lindsey Graham said, "If you can't be in a mall, you shouldn't be in the Senate".
As the allegations against Moore stacked up, Ivanka Trump said there was a "special place in hell for people who prey on children", and that she saw no reason to doubt the victims' accounts.
The Republican Senate candidate from Alabama sent out a fundraising appeal Wednesday night touting Trump's criticisms of Democrat Doug Jones. Graham noted Republicans are in a lose-lose position when it comes to Moore.More news: Burnley v Arsenal preview: Gunners look to build on Tottenham win
The Senate race has taken on even greater outcome as the Senate gears up for consideration of a massive tax-cut plan in which Republicans can afford to lose just two of the 52 members of McConnell's caucus.
"I will be letting you know next week".
"Either we're saddled with a Democrat in a seat that ought to be Republican", Jennings said, "or we're saddled with a brand anvil that's going to drag down the president, drag down the Senate, drag down the party and plunge the Senate into immediate turmoil when he gets there".
Jones is a former U.S. attorney and is known for prosecuting two KKK members behind the bombing of the 16th Street Baptist Church.
President Donald Trump on Sunday issued his second tacit endorsement of Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore.
"It is pretty clear to me that the best thing that Roy Moore can do for the country is to move on", Scott told This Week co-anchor Martha Raddatz in an exclusive interview Sunday. "'I'm very happy that a lot of these things are coming out".
And he punted on Conyers, whose case has been in the public eye for almost 24 hours.