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Don Jr. burns Gloria Allred over Moore accuser yearbook fiasco: ‘So helpful to the other side’

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President Donald Trump’s eldest son tore a strip off of feminist attorney Gloria Allred after her client admitted to adding notes to what she claimed was Roy Moore’s signature in her yearbook.

Beverly Young Nelson admitted Friday on “Good Morning America” that part of what was purportedly written  by the Alabama senate candidate in her yearbook was, in fact, her own writing.

“I wonder if Gloria Allred got a conflict waiver before being so helpful to the other side of her case???” Trump Jr. reacted in a tweet Friday.

Nelson said in November that Moore attempted to force her to perform a sex act on him in the 1970s and offered her yearbook as proof that the two had had a relationship.

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The inscription read “To a sweeter more beautiful girl I could not say Merry Christmas. Christmas 1977. Love, Roy Moore, DA. 12-22-77 Olde Hickory House.”

In a Friday press conference, Allred now said that while the message and signature were from Moore, the date and place were added by Young as a reminder of who he was.

Moore and his attorneys have repeatedly called for Allred and Young to allow him to have the signature checked by an independent handwriting analyst, but they have refused.

In Friday’s press conference, Allred revealed that she had submitted it to a forensic document expert who said that the signature and inscription belonged to Moore, and the notes to Young.

(Photo credit should read EDUARDO MUNOZ ALVAREZ/AFP/Getty Images)

Many believe that Allred and her client have added enough reasonable doubt to a tight Senate race to, effectively, hand the victory to Moore.

“Gloria Allred might as well have made a $10 million in-kind contribution to Roy Moore,” National Review editor Rich Lowry wrote on Twitter.

Many agreed.

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