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The single-cup coffee maker announced online over the weekend that it had pulled its advertisements from Hannity’s program after the Fox News anchor defended Moore against allegations that he initiated a sexual encounter with a 14-year-old girl when he was 32 years old and that he dated other high school-age girls in his 30s. Hannity’s contention that the Alabama candidate should be given the benefit of the doubt, prompted Keurig and other companies to remove their advertisements from the Fox News host’s show. While Keurig was joined in its decision by other advertisers including realtor.com and genetic testing company 23 and Me, the coffee company’s move drew the ire of Hannity’s fan base. On Twitter, the hashtag #BoycottKeurig surged onto Twitter’s trending list. On his own Twitter account, Hannity wrote that he was "humbled and speechless and frankly laughing my ass off" at his supporters vehement reaction to Keurig's decision. He shared a link to videos of Hannity fans destroying Keurig machines and a link to a Huffington Post article headlined "Your Keurig Machine may be Covered in Bacteria and Mold." The allegations against Moore were first reported last week by The Washington Post. The Alabama Senate candidate has said the Post’s story is a political attack by Democrats and has denied the sexual encounter with the 14-year-old. But Moore, who was interviewed about the allegations last Friday on Hannity’s radio show, did not rule out the possibility that he had dated 17- and 18-year-old girls while in his 30s. Sign up for POLITICO Playbook and get the latest news, every morning — in your inbox.
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