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RNC pulls financial, floor-support for the game Roy Moore in Alabama Senate race

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Roy Moore is coming under fire amid allegations

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The Republican National Committee has failed, a joint fundraising agreement with the Roy Moore campaign, and drawn the race to be the field staff of the Alabama Senate, as the embattled Republican candidate accusations battles he sought a romantic relationship with the teenage girl, as an adult, Fox News has learned.

According to a FEC document filed Tuesday, the RNC is no longer listed, as part of a joint fundraising agreement with Moore. This follows from a decision by the National Republican Senate Committee, the separation of the same agreement with the Moore campaign last week.

Two sources, including a member of the Committee of the RNC, told Fox News on Tuesday that the Committee completed its ground-game program for Moore.

A spokesman for the RNC did not immediately return a request for comment.

THE REPUBLICANS ARE WILLING TO INTERVENE FOR THE PRESIDENT, ROY MOORE CONTROVERSY

The RNC has staff on the ground in Alabama, which takes place in the run-up to the special election, next month. Moore Democrat Doug Jones is confronted in the race.

Top Senate Republicans, including the head of the NRSC, have come to Moore, 70, to step aside.

Moore adamantly denies the allegations, calling them false and the story of a “desperate political attack.”

The Washington Post reported on Thursday that Moore, former chief justice of the Alabama Supreme Court and an ardent social conservative, is pursuing relations with four teenage women dates back to the 1970s, when he was in his early thirties and single. One woman told the paper she was 14, as the 32-year-old Moore, you asked, and made overtures.

Another Prosecutor, appears with lawyer Gloria Allred, held a press conference in New York this week, and accused the Republican nominee of sexual misconduct while she was 16 and working in a restaurant.

Alex Pappas is a political reporter at FoxNews.com. Follow him on Twitter at @Alex Pappas.

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