Sanders on Thursday declined to say whether Trump believed Moore's accusers, even after the president's daughter, Ivanka Trump, told The Associated Press that she had no reason to doubt their claims against him.
Ted Cruz (R) spoke out against Democrats on Friday for the double standard they have employed for assessing sexual misconduct allegations waged against Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore (R) and those charged against Sen.
"He has said that he thinks that the voters of Alabama should decide", Mulvaney told Andrea Mitchell on Sunday's "Meet The Press".
"I never liked Roy Moore", he continued.
A Washington Post report from last week described the stories of four women, who said that Moore pursued relationships with them while they were teenagers and he was in his 30s.
"The timing is a little curious, but at the same time, I have no reason to disbelieve them", Ivey said.
Although Trump has yet to make comments on the matter, he took to Twitter on Thursday to slam Minnesota Democratic Sen.
Republicans hold a 52-48 Senate. majority.
"But he's also concerned that these accusations are 38 years old", Short said.
"Is the President not being a hypocrite in tweeting about Al Franken and saying nothing about allegations about the Republican, Roy Moore?" she asked.
Moore has pledged to fight the accusations against him as the state GOP in Alabama reaffirmed its support for the embattled candidate.
Nine women have come forward with accusations against Moore, the Republican nominee and former Chief Justice of the Alabama Supreme Court, including one woman who said she was 14 when Moore initiated a sexual encounter with her when he was 32.
Alabama voters will go to the ballot box on December 12 to choose between Moore and Democrat Doug Jones. Her cousin was a Republican governor.
Now, Kayla Moore is doing more than standing by her husband - she's his most aggressive defender against allegations threatening his Republican bid for U.S. Senate.
"It's been simmering on the stove with the lid on, like a pressure cooker", she said.
As president and as celebrity, Mr Trump has often injected himself into issues to which he has little connection - from the shooting of Harambe the gorilla to National Football League anthem protests.
"I think it's really hypocritical and an embarrassment for the state of Alabama, and he's dragging us backwards", Falvey said.