VESTAVIA HILLS, Ala. — A defiant Roy Moore on Saturday insisted the allegations of sexual misconduct decades ago were false and voters in Alabama would "see through this charade."The republican senate candidate showed no signs of backing down despite the demand of a growing number of Washington Republicans for him to step aside.A wave of national Republican leaders, including Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, called for Moore to drop out of the race if the allegations are true. Trump, who is in Asia and said he was too busy to keep up with the news about Moore, referred to a prior statement given to reporters that said Trump believes Moore will "do the right thing and step aside" if the allegations are true.That did not sit well with some Moore supporters."I'm really upset at my own party for condemning him so quickly," said Tom Byars, who came to hear Moore speak at the Mid-Alabama Republican Club at a library in Vestavia Hills, Alabama, on Saturday. "Even with the president, you know, he had some trouble, too, and he's turned around and tried to condemn Roy Moore to step down?"Moore's speech in Vestavia Hills on Saturday was his first public appearance since the report, although he had also denied the story Friday to conservative radio host Sean Hannity.