In less than a week, voters will head to the polls in Alabama to decide whether Republican Roy Moore or Democrat Doug Jones will represent that state in the United State Senate. For President Donald Trump, the choice is clear.

Trump on Moore

It was just one month ago when the Washington Post broke their bombshell story accusing Roy Moore of attempting to engage in sexual activity with at least four underage girls. The paper had 30 sources, including four accusers who all had similar stories. In the weeks that followed, more women broke their silence about Moore, including one who claims the Senate candidate sexually assaulted her when she was only 14-years-old.

As expected, Moore has denied the allegations, instead hitting back against the "liberal media" for allegedly trying to take down his campaign. The reaction from Republicans and the conservative media has been split, but Donald Trump decided to go all in on Moore, saying of his Democratic opponent Doug Jones, "We don't need a liberal in the Senate." The president doubled down on his support during a December 8 post on Twitter.

Taking to Twitter on Friday morning, Donald Trump made no mistake about his feelings in regards to the Alabama Senate seat.

"LAST thing the Make America Great Again Agenda needs is a Liberal Democrat in Senate where we have so little margin for victory already," Trump tweeted.

Not stopping there, Donald Trump went on to smear the Democratic leadership, while making inaccurate remarks about Doug Jones. "The Pelosi/Schumer Puppet Jones would vote against us 100% of the time.

He’s bad on Crime, Life, Border, Vets, Guns & Military," he tweeted, before adding, "VOTE ROY MOORE!"

Instant response

Within minutes of his tweet in support of Roy Moore, Donald Trump's Twitter feed was littered with negative reaction. "Roy Moore represents you and all that is wrong with your 'Base,'" one tweet read.

"The last thing America needs in the White House is a treasonous a liar like you.

The last thing the Senate needs is another Republican p*dophile like Moore," one Twitter user wrote. "Make America Agenda more important than having morals and standing up against a child molester. Would you feel the same if this happened to your daughter or grandchildren?" an additional tweet added.

"But notably weak on hu*ping minors," yet another tweet noted. "The President of the United States of America has just told us, in no uncertain terms, that his hate filled agenda is more important than our children," a follow-up tweet stated. The negative reaction continued as the backlash to Roy Moore, Donald Trump, and the entire Republican Party moved forward.