As voters head to the polls in Alabama to decide on who will represent the state in the United States Senate, Donald Trump is making a last minute push to support Republican Roy Moore. Using social media, the president is trying to put the focus on the improving economy by taking credit for the recent positive jobs report.

Trump on Moore

After a month of controversy, Alabama voters will make up their minds as to whether or not they will send accused sexual assaulter Roy Moore to Washington, or vote for a Democrat in Doug Jones. It was just last month when the Washington Post broke their bombshell story accusing Moore of attempting to engage in sexual activity with multiple underage girls, with the oldest claim dating back to 1979.

Moore, as expected, has denied the allegations against him and instead put the blame on the "liberal media." Though some Republicans have refused to support Moore, Donald Trump has come out swinging, going as far as holding a rally in Pensacola, Florida over the weekend, and recording robocalls in Alabama. As seen on his Twitter account on December 12, Trump is not done trying to get Moore to Washington.

Taking to Twitter on Tuesday morning, Donald Trump ripped into Doug Jones and did his best to sell Roy Moore to the people of Alabama.

"The people of Alabama will do the right thing," Trump tweeted out. "Doug Jones is Pro-Abortion, weak on Crime, Military and Illegal Immigration, Bad for Gun Owners and Veterans and against the WALL," he added.

Not stopping there, Donald Trump continued with his tweet by doubling down on his attack on Doug Jones. "Jones is a Pelosi/Schumer Puppet," he wrote.

"Roy Moore will always vote with us," Trump stated, before adding, "VOTE ROY MOORE!" Trump's tweet is in line with his recent promotion of Moore, creating a hostile media environment due to the allegations of sexual assault against both men.

Trump on economy

In a follow-up tweet, Donald Trump once again gloated about the current state of the economy, which many attribute to being a result of the eight years Barack Obama was in office.

"Consumer Confidence is at an All-Time High, along with a Record High Stock Market," Trump tweeted out.

"Unemployment is at a 17 year low. MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN! Working to pass MASSIVE TAX CUTS (looking good)," Donald Trump concluded. Despite the backlash against him, the commander in chief is showing no signs of slowing down when it comes to promoting his first year in office.