Trump to hold rally near Alabama amid controversy surrounding Roy Moore

Alleged child molester picks fight with comedian

Moore is now firing back.

Moore was not amused by the disruption and took to Twitter to demand that if Kimmel wants to "mock our Christian values" he should "come down here to Alabama and do it man to man".

Moore also attached a link to an "Exclusive" Breitbart piece in which a senior campaign advisor to Moore also used the "man to man" line while claiming that "Hollywood will not bully us around".

The woman featured in a November 9 Washington Post story accusing Roy Moore of touching her inappropriately when she was 14 says she wants an apology.

The Post reports it's unknown if Trump will speak positively of Senate candidate Roy Moore (R) during the rally.

Despite these allegations, and the shrinking support from his own party, Moore made it clear he has no plans to withdraw from the race.

"Great Roy - let me know when you get some Christian values and I'll be there!"

Moore responded with an invitation. "P.S. - wear that cute little leather vest".

Last week, in an appearance on NBC's "Today" show, Corfman elaborated on her alleged encounter with Moore.

Moore has consistently dodged the media and refused to debate his Democratic opponent, Doug Jones.

During his campaign, Moore has called on Congress to impeach the federal judge who blocked President Donald Trump's ban on transgender troops and to boot from the bench the Supreme Court justices who found in Obergefell that gay and lesbian couples have a constitutional right to marry.

Moore laid out his theory of the conspiracy against him in further detail on Wednesday.

Roy Moore names quite explicitly the "THEY" behind the "malicious" attacks against him.

Moore also said he believes a "drug dealer" he held in contempt while he was a deputy district attorney in the 1980s is "at the heart of this conspiracy", since "drugs are at the base of it". "Does that look like the face of a molester?"

"The president is not planning any trip to Alabama at this time, and frankly his schedule doesn't permit him to do anything between now and election day", White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders told reporters on Monday.