At his final rally on Monday night, Moore appeared to target the eight women who have accused him of sexual misconduct. When asked during the rope line to address the claims, Moore, who has denied the allegations levied against him, told ABC News' Tom Llamas the women should "tell the truth."
"The fake news began after I [had an] 11-point lead in the general election,” Moore told supporters from the stage in Midland City, Alabama. “But they waited till 30 days before this general election to come forward. Now they've allowed their pictures to be on a political advertisement, and they've gone on national television arguing their case, after waiting 40 years.”
“Why do you think the whole world's here, why do you think they're down here in Dothan in the middle of Alabama? You know why, this is about raw power," he added.
The president recorded a robocall over the weekend urging voters to stand with Moore.
"Roy Moore is the guy we need to pass our 'Make America Great Again' agenda," Trump said on the call. "Roy is a conservative who will help me steer this country back on track after eight years of the Obama disaster. Get out and vote for Roy Moore."
Moore was pushing to raise money as late as Monday afternoon, when he singled out frequent Trump opponent Rosie O'Donnell as a supporter of Democrat Doug Jones.
Moore, a former Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice, is set to face off with Jones, a former U.S. attorney, on Tuesday. The race is forecast to be a tight one.
A Fox News poll released Monday shows Jones leading by 10 points, while a Washington Post/George Mason University poll released earlier this month had Jones with a 3 point lead.
ABC News' Tom Llamas, Mike Conte and John Verhovek contributed to this report.