WASHINGTON — The White House is reviewing past writings by Stephen Moore, the conservative commentator whom President Trump plans to nominate to the Federal Reserve Board, amid criticism that many of his opinion columns denigrated women, and enthusiasm for his candidacy appeared to be waning among Republicans on Capitol Hill.
Sarah Huckabee Sanders, the White House press secretary, told reporters on Monday morning that the writings of Mr. Moore, who has not yet been nominated, were under review by the White House. “When we have an update on that front, we’ll let you know,” Ms. Sanders said.
Mr. Moore apologized on Sunday for some, but not all, of his past writings in an appearance on ABC’s “This Week,” saying that he did not remember everything he had written over his career. “Frankly, I didn’t even remember writing some of these they were so long ago,” he said, adding that he was embarrassed by some of the pieces.
Mr. Moore has written that it may be dangerous for women to earn more than men and has criticized women’s athletic abilities. On Sunday, he tried to shift the focus from his writings to his critics, saying, “I think most fair-minded people think this has been kind of a sleaze campaign against me.”
[Read excerpts from Mr. Moore’s columns.]
But as they returned to the Capitol from a two-week recess, few Senate Republicans expressed outright support for Mr. Moore, who has suggested that he would bow out if a fight over his nomination posed a political problem for incumbents seeking re-election.
“I’m not enthused about supporting him,” said Senator Joni Ernst, Republican of Iowa, who is one of those seeking re-election in 2020. “Look at his writings! I’m not enthused. I’m a woman.”
Others were a bit more cautious, but the message was clear. Senator John Cornyn of Texas said simply that he had “an open mind” about Mr. Moore, while Senator Richard C. Shelby of Alabama said that the “drip by drip” of complaints against Mr. Moore involving a tax lien and child support payments to his ex-wife “doesn’t help any.”
And Senator Mitt Romney of Utah hinted at concerns that Mr. Moore, a conservative writer, think-tank economist and founder of the anti-tax group Club for Growth, may be too partisan for the job.
“I hope the people that go in the Fed are economists and not partisan,” Mr. Romney said. “I’m reviewing his record, his columns and so forth, and will have something for you when I’m ready.”
The White House review comes as Mr. Moore is dealing with a nearly daily barrage of newly unearthed comments from his extensive paper and video trail as a conservative provocateur. Many of the statements, including Mr. Moore’s comments about women’s pay, were not presented as jokes or couched in humor.
During a 2016 debate on the minimum wage, for example, Mr. Moore talked about how to get more Americans into the labor force. In a serious tone, Mr. Moore said he would like to see more preteens working.
“I’m a radical on this,” he said. “I’d get rid of a lot of these child labor laws. I want people starting to work at 11, 12.”
The writings and statements under scrutiny span nearly two decades of Mr. Moore’s career. They include one, which Mr. Moore has called an attempt at humor, that called for women to be barred from officiating or serving beer at N.C.A.A. men’s basketball games.
In 2014, Mr. Moore wrote a column for National Review, in which he said women earning more than men “could be disruptive to family stability.” Asked about that column on Sunday, Mr. Moore did not apologize, but said that strong economic growth under Mr. Trump was helping women and was the best way to reduce the gender pay gap.
Mr. Moore has expressed strong reservations about women working in the past. In December 2000, he fielded questions from C-Span viewers for an hour. A caller asked Mr. Moore about statistics that showed black women earning more than black men in America.
“It’s not a good thing that black women are making more than black men today,” Mr. Moore replied. “In fact, you know, the male needs to be the breadwinner of the family. One of the reasons you’ve seen the decline of the family, not just in the black community, but also it’s happening now in the white community as well, is because women are more economically self-sufficient.”
He has also made jokes with racial overtones. Shortly after Mr. Trump was elected president, Mr. Moore broke from a talk about health care to tell his audience a joke about the departing first family. “By the way, did you see, there’s that great cartoon going along?” he said. “A New York Times headline: ‘First Thing Donald Trump Does as President Is Kick a Black Family Out of Public Housing,’ and it has Obama leaving the White House. I mean, I just love that one. Just a great one.”
In many cases, Mr. Moore’s provocative statements have mirrored Mr. Trump’s. He accused the Obama administration of “lying” about official unemployment statistics, claiming the actual rate was double the 5 percent rate reported by the Labor Department, accusations Mr. Trump also made. In August 2017, appearing on CNN, Mr. Moore argued with the host John Berman about whether slavery caused the Civil War and defended Robert E. Lee, the Confederate general whom Mr. Trump praised last week.
“Robert E. Lee hated slavery,” Mr. Moore said. “He abhorred slavery, but he fought for his section of the country. That’s a totally different subject.”
“I can’t let it slide,” Mr. Berman said. “Robert E. Lee held slaves. He ordered the beating of slaves. He ordered the return of fugitive slaves and he fought for the dissolution of the union to maintain slavery. So, his personal attitude towards slavery ——”
“No,” Mr. Moore said. “It was not ——”
He continued: “The Civil War was about the South having its own rights.”
After the white supremacist protest in Charlottesville, Va., that killed a woman in August 2017, he wrote a column warning of the rise of left-wing violence in America, reminiscent of Mr. Trump’s “both sides” remarks.
“The shame of all this is that if liberals had simply ignored the wacko white supremacists who gathered in Charlottesville, and who represent perhaps 0.01 percent of the conservative movement, their flame of hatred would have burned out quickly and quietly,” Mr. Moore wrote. “That’s the last thing the left wanted. They gave the wackos on the right a media platform, so that militants on the left would have their own soap box and TV camera spotlight. So just who is spreading a message of hate in America?”B:
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【进】【入】【王】【宫】，【在】【巡】【逻】【队】【的】【押】【运】【之】【下】，【楚】【阳】【和】【亚】【瑟】【库】【瑞】【便】【来】【到】【了】【一】【处】【明】【亮】【的】【宫】【殿】…… “【禀】【王】【上】，【属】【下】【在】【巡】【逻】【之】【时】，【抓】【到】【了】【两】【名】【入】【侵】【者】，【现】【抓】【来】【交】【由】【您】【处】【置】！”【巡】【逻】【队】【队】【长】【对】【着】【王】【座】【上】，【身】【穿】【金】【色】【盔】【甲】【的】【奥】【姆】【行】【礼】【道】。 “【你】【干】【的】【不】【错】，【但】【他】【们】【能】【溜】【进】【来】，【也】【是】【你】【们】【的】【疏】【忽】，【此】【次】【功】【过】【相】【抵】，【下】【去】【吧】！”【奥】【姆】【俯】【视】，【看】【向】
【历】【来】，【帝】【庭】【弟】【子】【大】【比】，【实】【力】【能】【够】【达】【到】【永】【恒】【神】【主】【七】【阶】，【差】【不】【多】【便】【能】【够】【成】【为】【帝】【子】【帝】【女】。 【就】【像】【上】【一】【代】【的】【两】【名】【帝】【子】【帝】【女】，【他】【们】【就】【是】【这】【个】【实】【力】，【并】【且】【五】【千】【年】【过】【去】【了】，【他】【们】【才】【仅】【仅】【神】【主】【巅】【峰】【的】【实】【力】【罢】【了】。 【距】【离】【不】【朽】【神】【王】【还】【差】【一】【线】。 【然】【而】【现】【在】【帝】【星】【女】【展】【示】【出】【神】【主】【巅】【峰】【的】【实】【力】，【这】【意】【味】【着】，【她】【能】【够】【比】【肩】【上】【一】【代】【的】【帝】【子】【帝】【女】【了】。
【云】【来】【客】【栈】【前】，【围】【拥】【起】【一】【道】【水】【泄】【不】【通】【的】【人】【墙】，【那】【些】【人】【都】【是】【闻】【声】【而】【来】【的】【一】【帮】【散】【人】，【说】【白】【了】【就】【是】【看】【热】【闹】【不】【嫌】【事】【大】【的】【人】，【加】【上】“【云】【来】【客】【栈】”【最】【美】【老】【板】【娘】【的】【名】【号】【在】【已】【经】【在】【云】【阳】【城】【中】【传】【播】【已】【久】，【慕】【名】【而】【来】【的】【也】【不】【占】【少】【数】。 “【让】【开】【让】【开】！” 【狭】【窄】【的】【客】【栈】【中】，【走】【进】【来】【一】【群】【灵】【师】【公】【会】【的】【弟】【子】。 【一】【名】【紫】【衣】【少】【女】【宛】【若】【众】【星】【揽】【月】【般】【被】【一】