Trump Pensacola Rally Live Stream: President Campaigns Near Roy Moore’s Home State of Alabama

President Donald Trump could make his biggest show of support yet for accused sexual predator Roy Moore at a Friday rally that is taking place mere miles from where Moore is running his U.S. Senate campaign. 

Though the White House stated that Trump would not make an appearance in Alabama ahead of Tuesday's special election pitting Moore against Democrat Doug Jones, Friday night's rally—which will be held in Pensacola, Florida—will be tantalizingly close. And there's no telling whether Trump will go off-script and attempt to rouse the crowd with calls to elect Moore. 

The Moore camp also sees an opportunity to capitalize on the president's proximity to Alabama, telling CNN that campaign staff will "actively encourage" Moore supporters to attend Trump's rally.

Viewers can livestream the rally on C-SPAN2 starting at 8 p.m. EDT. 

Roy-Moore Roy Moore spoke at a campaign rally in Fairhope, Alabama, on Tuesday. Jonathan Bachman/Reuters

Trump officially endorsed Moore on Monday, tweeting that Republicans needed Moore in the Senate to push right-wing causes like dealing with “illegal immigration, border wall, pro life, V.A., judges, second amendment and more.” According to Moore's campaign, the president even called Moore and told him, "Go get 'em, Roy!"

Trump has also suggested that the women who have come forward to accuse Moore of sexual misconduct could be lying, taking Moore's denials at face value.

"He totally denies it," Trump said earlier this month. "He says it didn't happen. And you know, you have to listen to him also."

Top White House counselor Kellyanne Conway has defended the president's support of Moore, insisting during a Wednesday interview with CNN that his endorsement actually demonstrates "tremendous moral standards." 

"The president has said the allegations are troubling," Conway told CNN's Chris Cuomo. "They're also 40 years old. Nobody came forward before. The guy's been on the ballot many times. Doug Jones is a liberal Democrat, the president has said, and he doesn't want to live with a Democrat representing Alabama in the United States Senate."

If Trump doubles down on his endorsement of Moore Friday night, it could work to Democrats' advantage, allowing them to claim a moral high ground after two members of their party stepped down this week amid sexual misconduct allegations.