Transcript for Senate candidate Roy Moore gets support from Steve Bannon despite allegations of sexual misconduct
Back here at home and to senate candidate Roy Moore counting on a powerful ally, Steve Bannon. Moore has faced tough criticism from some Republicans, including Mitt Romney, who has said that he should bow out. Overnight, Bannon taking direct aim at Romney and his sons, but did his line of fire open up a volume inability for president trump? Tom llamas. Reporter: Roy Moore, a man accused of molesting teenage girls, promising Alabama voters he'll stand side by side with president trump. We're going to see if the people of Alabama will support the president. Reporter: Joining Moore, who has deniedal accusations of sexual misconduct, the president's former chief strategist, stooefl Bannon. If they can destroy Roy Moore, they can destroy you. Reporter: Bannon then unleashing on Republicans who have called on Moore to quit. Let's talk about another beauty. Willard Mitt Romney. Reporter: Romney tweeted that electing Moore would be a stain on the nation. Bannon slamming Romney, a Mormon, for not serving in Vietnam. You hid behind your religion. You went to France to be a missionary while guys were dying in rice patties in Vietnam. You had five sons. Not one day of service in Afghanistan and Iran. Reporter: Today, both of Utah's senators, mormons themselves, came to Romney's defense. Senator orrin hatch calling Bannon's words disappointing and unjustified. Senator Mike Lee denouncing Bannon for bashing Romney on the basis of his religious bleaches or his outstanding service as a missionary. Bannon's attack begs the question what he thinks of his former boss. I had a minor medical deferment for feet, for a bone spur of the foot, which was minor. Reporter: President trump avoided Vietnam. Five deferments because he was in college and for those bone spurs. Back here in Alabama, both campaigns taking very different approaches in the final days. The Democrat, Doug Jones, campaigning all over the state, with multiple events. Roy Moore, the Republican, on the other hand, with barely one event a day. David? Tom llamas from Montgomery. Tom, thank you.
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