Roy Moore called for Sen. Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., to resign as Senate majority leader on Tuesday and asked his supporters to share the call if they agree.

"Mitch McConnell apparently didn't learn his lesson during the primary or run-off when Republicans across Alabama categorically REJECTED his hand-picked candidate. Senator McConnell should resign from his position as majority leader. RT if you agree! #ALSen," Moore tweeted.

McConnell called for Moore to step down as the Republican candidate in the Alabama special election for a vacant U.S. Senate seat following the allegations from multiple women that Moore pursued sexual relationships with them when they were teenagers and he was in his 30s.

The former Alabama judge was also endorsed by ousted White house chief strategist Steve Bannon, who is known for his evergreen feud with McConnell.

Since being accused in early November, Moore has maintained the accusations against him are "absolutely false."