Mitch McConnell Takes a Stand Against Roy Moore as New Controversy Emerges.

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell believes the allegations against Alabama Republican Senate nominee Roy Moore and that Moore should leave the race, the Kentucky Republican said Monday.

"I believe the women, yes," McConnell told reporters in Kentucky.

McConnell, the Senate's top Republican and a frequent target of Moore on the campaign trail, said, "I think he should step aside."

Last week, The Washington Post published a bombshell report based on interviews with more than 30 people, saying Moore pursued relationships with teenage women while he was in his 30s. One woman said she was 14 years old when Moore initiated sexual contact with her.

Moore has denied the allegations, and on Sunday night, he claimed he would sue the Post.

After McConnell's statement, Moore said via Twitter that it is McConnell who should bow out of politics.

"The person who should step aside is @SenateMajLdr Mitch McConnell. He has failed conservatives and must be replaced. #DrainTheSwamp," read the tweet from Moore's account.

In the immediate wake of the story, some Republicans, like Arizona Sen. John McCain, said the report was enough for them to call for Moore to drop out of the race. Many Republicans, like McConnell, said Moore should step aside from the race if the allegations are true. McConnell's comments on Monday brought his position a step further, saying he believed the allegations and that Moore should go.

McConnell on Monday said the party is looking to see if a write-in option could be successful.

Documents filed to the Federal Elections Commission on Friday showed the National Republican Senatorial Committee -- one of the party's main campaign arms -- cut its fundraising ties with Moore.

Additionally, it appears another woman has come forward according to the Daily Beast:

"Another Alabama woman will reportedly accuse GOP Senate candidate Roy Moore of sexually assaulting her when she was a minor, according to a press release from lawyer and women’s rights crusader Gloria Allred. The Washington Post reported last week that Moore initiated sexual contact with a 14-year old girl when he was a 32-year-old assistant district attorney. Several Republican leaders have since called for Moore to step aside, though many of his supporters within Alabama have dismissed the allegations. Moore has denied the allegations and threatened to sue The Post."