Roy Moore speaks in Washington, D.C. on June 8, 2004.
President Donald Trump spoke with Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore over the phone Monday after endorsing his campaign.
According to a poll conducted by CBS News, the Republican has the support of 49 per cent of committed while Jones is at 43 per cent.
Harlow responded in stride, thanking Porter for the well wishes, but quickly steering the conversation away from her child: "Janet, thank you for being with us, and I appreciate the congratulations on our son on the way".
Regarding the allegations that Moore sexually abused teenage girls when he was in his 30s, Jones had the following to say: "I damn sure believe that I have done my part to ensure that men who hurt little girls should go to jail and not the United States Senate".
Moore denies the allegations, but the allegations come at a time when there is a national conversation on sexual harassment and numerous Alabama judge's prominent GOP supporters have withdrawn their support.
But yesterday, the president tweeted: 'We need Republican Roy Moore to win in Alabama. "We need his vote on stopping crime, illegal immigration, Border Wall, Military, Pro Life, V.A., Judges 2nd Amendment and more", Trump tweeted in support of a candidate the Republican National Committee pulled its funding from. Trump wrote on Monday. The president had side-stepped an endorsement of Moore in recent weeks, but unequivocally voiced his support of the Alabama Senate candidate under fire eight days before the election. "I look forward to fighting alongside the President to #MAGA!"
Mr Trump, who has struggled to pass laws despite his party controlling Congress, also described Mr Moore's opponent, Doug Jones, as a "puppet" of the Democrats.
The Alabama Senate election is on December 12.