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Paul Ryan calls claims against Moore 'credible', asks him to step aside

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[USA], November 15 (ANI): United States House Speaker Paul Ryan has dubbed the sexual misconduct allegations levelled against Alabama Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore as "credible", calling on
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In recent days, both Republican congressional leaders claimed their respective versions of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act would lower the tax bills of every middle-class American family. Now, Paul Ryan and Mitch McConnell are walking back their claims. Independent analyses have cast doubt on their claims....

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