Washington Post publishes detailed list of Trump accusers after he supports Moore

The Washington Post on Wednesday published a detailed list of the sexual misconduct allegations against President Trump and names of those corroborating the claims a day after he offered support for Alabama GOP Senate candidate Roy Moore.

The list, published in the newspaper’s “Fact Checker” section, details the accusations made by 13 women who have said Trump sexually harassed or assaulted them. It only includes allegations that involved Trump allegedly physically touching the accuser.

Though The Washington Post has published similar lists in the past, this is the most comprehensive and comes a day after Trump offered support for Moore, who is running for the seat vacated by Attorney General Jeff SessionsJefferson (Jeff) Beauregard SessionsGOP strategist donates to Alabama Democrat House passes concealed carry gun bill Rosenstein to testify before House Judiciary Committee next week MORE and who faces his own accusations of sexual misconduct.

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Moore has been accused by nine women of a range of misconduct, including sexual assault and initiating a sexual encounter with a 14-year-old girl when Moore was 32. Most of the women were teenagers at the time of the alleged incidents. 

Trump said Tuesday that “we don’t need a liberal person, a Democrat” in the Senate.

The president also noted that Moore "totally denies" all of the allegations.

Several GOP leaders have called for Moore to drop out of the race. But many Democrats and liberal groups have accused the GOP of hypocrisy for not also addressing the accusations against the president.

The White House’s official stance is that the women who have accused Trump are lying.

The Washington Post’s list also includes the names and comments of witnesses who corroborated the claims, in addition to Trump’s response to each accusation.

Trump has repeatedly denied the accusations and dismissed as "locker room talk" the infamous “Access Hollywood” tape, leaked during the 2016 presidential race, in which he is heard boasting about groping women without their consent.