Jimmy Kimmel accepts Roy Moore invite after Twitter war


Jimmy Kimmel's Twitter war with Alabama senate candidate Roy Moore is heating up.

Kimmel had even more to say about the Twitter feud on his show Thursday night. If we did not have national attention on this race, if people like Kimmel, and others in the news media, and other late night talk show hosts and comedians all over the country, if they weren't bringing more attention to this, Moore, I guarantee you, would still be up in the polls by about 10 or 15%. He has denied those allegations.

Kimmel accepted Moore's challenge, saying he'll come to Alabama and they can even fight if Moore wants.

On his show Thursday, Kimmel promised to come to Alabama to either talk about Christian values or fight for charity with the money raised going to Moore's accusers.

That night, Kimmel elaborated on their dispute and set the terms for their showdown during his opening monologue.

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"I accept that invitation".

"Maybe when you say, 'Come down to Alabama and we'll do it man to man, ' maybe that means you're challenging me to a fight, which is kind of what it sounds like", Kimmel said. Kimmel says: "Roy Moore was reportedly so creepy around young girls that he was banned from the mall in Gadsden, Alabama".

"I'll wear a Girl Scout uniform so you can have something to get excited about."
There is no one I would rather fight than you. Here's what we'll do, we'll find a place to do it, I'll wear a Girl Scout uniform so you have something to get excited about, and the victor will give all the money we charge for tickets to charity.

Moore has been accused by multiple women of either molesting or trying to date them when they were teenagers. "We just don't like alleged child molesters, and we hope you can see your way clear to not electing one to the Senate of the United States of America".