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2017-12-11 10:12:05


A pro-Trump group sent a 12-year-old girl to interview Roy Moore

The America First Project, a pro-Trump group, sent a 12-year-old girl, Millie March, to interview embattled Senate candidate and accused child molestor Roy Moore. The twice-removed former judge has been avoiding the media since multiple women raised allegations of sexual abuse and harassment.

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March became famous briefly for supporting Trump during his presidential campaign.

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The two talked about some very adult issues – like immigration, tax reform, healthcare, and “religious freedom” – but avoided the GOP elephant in the room. For some reason, the 12-year-old asking Moore about the allegations of molesting an underage girl didn’t make the cut.

Gee. Wonder why.

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