Alabama Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore recently sat down for an interview with a 12-year-old girl in a meeting arranged by a pro-Trump political action committee.
A video of the interview was posted by the America First Project on Sunday. It includes Millie March, a northern Virginia girl who gained fame for her support of President Trump during his 2016 campaign, questioning Moore just days ahead of the Dec. 12 election.
Moore, Alabama's former chief justice, has been accused of having improper sexual contact with teenage girls - including one as young as 14 - in the 1970s. He denies the allegations and does not address the claims in the video.
Moore has rarely been interviewed since the allegations emerged, opting for select meeting such as those with March and another with the online show "The Voice of Alabama Politics" with host Bill Britt.
In the interview with March, Moore tells March he will support Trump's efforts to build a wall at the U.S./Mexico border, work to lower taxes and beef up the military.
When asked the qualities that make a good Senator, Moore replied "following the Constitution, just adhering to principles and not going to get elected again and not trying to stay in office 30 or 40 years and building an empire. You're there to serve the people."
March's interview with Moore was filmed at the Alabama GOP headquarters.