Share U.S. Donald Trump Roy Moore President Donald Trump took his tacit support of Republican Alabama U.S. Senate candidate Roy Moore to a full-fledged endorsement Monday with a series of tweets and a phone call to the embattled candidate. To the former judge, who has been hit with a string of allegations that he preyed on and sexually assaulted minors when he was in his 30s, Trump said, “Go get ’em, Roy!” according to a release from the Moore campaign. Related: Roy Moore, accused child molester, co-wrote course guide that said all women are unfit for office “I am honored to receive the support and endorsement of President Donald Trump,” Moore said Monday of Trump’s call from aboard Air Force One. “President Trump knows that the future of his conservative agenda in Congress hinges on this election. I look forward to fighting alongside the President to strengthen our military, secure our border, protect our gun rights, defend the sanctity of life and confirm conservative judges to courts around this nation. We had a good conversation over the phone today and are working together towards conservative victory on December 12.” Keep up with this story and more by subscribing now Shortly after news of the call emerged, the White House confirmed that Moore now had the president’s full endorsement. “The President had a positive call with Judge Roy Moore during which they discussed the state of the Alabama Senate race and the President endorsed Judge Moore's campaign,” Raj Shah, the principal deputy press secretary, said. Previously, the White House’s position had been that it was down to the voters of Alabama to decide between Moore and his Democratic opponent, Doug Jones. Meanwhile, Trump, who backed Moore’s opponent in the Republican primary, Luther Strange, had already gotten close to endorsing Moore without actually doing so. Two weeks ago, Trump said of Jones that “we don’t need a liberal person in there.” Roy Moore holds a campaign rally on November 27, in Henagar, Alabama. President Donald Trump has officially endorsed the U.S. Senate candidate. Joe Buglewicz/Getty Images The president has also cast doubt on Moore’s nine accusers. “He denies it. Look, he