‘This Week’ Transcript 11-12-17: Kellyanne Conway, Gov. John Kasich, and DNC Chair Tom Perez

ANNOUNCER: THIS WEEK WITH GEORGE STEPHANOPOULOS starts right now.

MARTHA RADDATZ, CO-HOST: Not backing down.

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ROY MOORE (R), SENATE CANDIDATE: These attacks involve a minor, and they’re completely false and untrue.

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RADDATZ: With Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore lashing out after those disturbing allegations of sexual misconduct.

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MOORE: To think that grown women would wait 40 years to bring charges is absolutely unbelievable. Why now?

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RADDATZ: The Republican Party and Alabama voters now facing a defining moment. Will they believe his multiple accusers and fight to prevent him from ever entering the U.S. Senate? Or, will they accept him as one of their own?

We’ll ask President Trump‘s senior counselor how she’ll be advising the president.

And face-to-face.

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DONALD TRUMP, PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES: I believe that President Putin really feels, and he feels strongly, that he did not meddle in our election.

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RADDATZ: President Trump says he wants to move on and get to work. But should he be putting more pressure on Putin?

Plus, buyer’s remorse.

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RADDATZ: Would you vote for Donald Trump again?

UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: No.

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RADDATZ: The GOP takes a hit after major losses in two key states. Can the Democrats carry this momentum into the midterms and 2020? We ask DNC Chair Tom Perez.

From the White House to your house, we take on the moments that mattered THIS WEEK.

ANNOUNCER: From ABC News, it’s THIS WEEK. Here now, co-anchor Martha Raddatz.

RADDATZ: Good morning. It has been a year since the 2016 election and a year since Republicans were rejoicing at winning majorities that put them in control of both Congress and the White House. Fast forward to this week. The GOP suffering blows in Tuesday’s elections, losing ground to the Democrats in what’s being seen as a referendum on President Trump, and making the Republican push to pass tax reform and demonstrating their ability to govern more important than ever.

But the GOP now has an even greater battle ahead. On Thursday, those troubling allegations emerged in The Washington Post against Alabama
Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore, accused of sexual contact with a 14-year-old girl decades ago. The allegations graphic in their detail. Accuser Leigh Corfman told The Post Moore took off her shirt and pants and removed his clothes. He touched her…

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